LinkSquares, provider of the most comprehensive AI-powered contract management and analysis tool, today launched the LinkSquares Partner Program. Organizations from law firms to management consultants and other partner members will gain special access to the LinkSquares contract management platform with custom AI capabilities and opportunities to manage high volumes of contracts in new applications.
LinkSquares also announced the general availability of its new Finalize contract automation solution, which gives legal and other departments the ability to easily draft, review and finalize contracts through a single contract lifecycle management platform. As a complement to the LinkSquares Analyze contract analytics tool, customers and partners now have end-to-end support for pre-signature contract drafting, as well as key insights and analytics into executed contracts to drive strategic business decisions.
In an uncertain economy, businesses must stay nimble in order to understand obligations and reevaluate deal terms in the face of change. These business agreements must undergo new reviews and renegotiations en masse when teams are already crunched for time and resources. To answer the call, businesses are partnering with proven automation technology in order to remove repetitive tasks and instead, activate their personnel for timely, strategic business decisions. The new LinkSquares Partner Program formalizes partnerships for consultants and other contract-driven organizations to help clients and other businesses take the pain out of contract management by easily folding AI into their operations with a simple intuitive interface. Building Engines, the leading provider of modern building operations software for commercial real estate, reduces the time and money spent on contract management by property and leasing teams by partnering with LinkSquares for automated data extraction of key dates and obligations.
“At a time when teams need to evaluate many leases and vendor contracts that hold far-reaching implications across operations, the process of reviewing, updating and renegotiating terms can be time-consuming and costly,” said Tim Curran, CEO of Building Engines. “Through the LinkSquares Partner Program, its AI technology allows us to turn tedious tasks into an easy process that provides our customers with improved efficiency, cost savings and satisfaction.”
The availability of LinkSquares Finalize contract automation tool improves legal teams’ transparency capabilities and provides advanced tools to standardize and collaborate on the contract creation process. With LinkSquares’ pre-signature and post-signature management in an AI-powered platform, legal teams are confident in the comprehensive accuracy and transparency of the entire contract process and make data-driven decisions.
“Many companies are excited about the promise of artificial intelligence and automating manual tasks, but these organizations don’t always know where to start,” said Chris Combs, Co-founder of LinkSquares. “The LinkSquares Partner Program formalizes the channel our business partners were demanding and pairs our AI technology with leaders from consulting to technology companies, law firms, real estate and across many other verticals that need sophisticated review across high volumes of contracts and new growth opportunities.”
LinkSquares Partner Program members gain special access to the LinkSquares partner platform, enabling them to refer, resell or integrate the technology into new offerings, as well as empower their customers to adopt AI that can be tailored to their respective markets. For more information, visit https://linksquares.com/partners.
LinkSquares helps legal and finance teams work smarter across the entire contract management lifecycle. The AI-powered contract lifecycle management platform provides end-to-end support for pre-signature contract drafting, as well as key insights and analytics into executed contracts. LinkSquares saves high-growth companies hundreds of hours and thousands of dollars by eliminating manual contract review and the need for outside counsel. For more information, visit https://linksquares.com/.