Evisort Review
September 13, 2022

Evisort Review

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 5 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Overall Satisfaction with Evisort

I use it as a contract management and repository. Some of the problems this helps with is contract exposure, requirements and T&Cs tracking. I manage the Procurement side of the platform. Essentially, in the absence of a full vendor management platform, we use Evisort to help manage those relationships and responsibilities.
  • Houses Contracts centrally
  • Info display is pretty straight forward
  • Terms Search function is solid
  • Platform Implementation
  • AI intake of documents
  • How contracts are linked
  • better Contract visibility
  • centralized ownership
  • contract alerts
Evisort is just getting in the game. Implementation is not as robust as Coupa and Adobe is more of a contract execution platform so it is not apples to apples to compare there. Essentially, Evisort is a a somewhat cheaper solution that is not a complete solution and needs more of an upfront lift than they would suggest.

Do you think Evisort delivers good value for the price?

Not sure

Are you happy with Evisort's feature set?


Did Evisort live up to sales and marketing promises?


Did implementation of Evisort go as expected?


Would you buy Evisort again?


It is clunkier than needs to be but it's not as bad as some of the other platforms we reviewed. The interface is pretty spartan, almost like reading a page and some color and segregation could help users segregate the UI by function and task. This is pretty straight forward but doubt they would implement.
For all of the reasons listed above, essentially, once the platform is implemented it has its value, however, knowing what you get before implementation, might give ppl pause. The cost is a bit misleading and the sales team over promises and under delivers in my opinion. This is not cool and creates issues inevitably, down the line.
Evisort is best when you already have all your contracts fully cleaned, designated, ordered, managed, linked, collated, titled and termed. It is not good if you expect the platform to help you go through a repository of contracts that you want the system to extract all the info you need and then you can decide easily what to keep and not etc - the sales team will tell you that the platform can do all of this. In my opinion, this isn't true.

Evisort Feature Ratings

Contract creation
Clause library/saved fields
Guided logic
Contract sharing
Contract editing
Collaborating on contracts
Approval process
Interdepartmental workflows
Contract database
Contract search
Contract milestone reminders & alerts
Custom contract reports
Tracking contract status
Compliance check