Outlaw is a huge asset for your contracts team
February 09, 2021

Outlaw is a huge asset for your contracts team

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
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Overall Satisfaction with Outlaw

Outlaw is used to create standardized contract templates for our staff and consultants. We are working on creating more templates for vendors and grantees of different types. Only a select few use Outlaw. There are specific people in each department that have access. I work on the programs team, creating contracts for the individual consultants we hire on our projects, but the HR department, for example, uses Outlaw to hire people on standard full-time employee contracts. This has helped maintain consistency between our contracts no matter what the project is.
  • Easy to use from the contracting side.
  • Ability to create a template that fits are needs exactly how we want.
  • Easy to connect the consultant with the contract via link or email.
  • I'd like to be able to have a list of consultants/vendors we've used before, like a contact list. Then if we have a contract with someone we've worked with before (which is often the case), it pulls all their information automatically. We don't have to add all their personal information, banking, etc. again.
  • Checkpoint reminders or checkpoint 'read receipts.'
  • Positive - consistency in our contracting systems.
  • Negative - we don't all have accounts, so we rely on a select few people to get things done and cannot monitor the status of the contract ourselves.
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Outlaw is a great system to use and I think a few small improvements (creating a consultant/vendor list, allowing more people to have accounts without a significant jump in price, etc.) could get it to a 10.
Every interaction I've was quick and thorough.
Outlaw is well suited for the situations I describe below with staff and consultants. However, we work with a lot of consultants abroad who don't have easy access to internet, email addresses, etc. In those cases, we need to create the contract in Outlaw, download the PDF, send it to our field team, have them get the consultant to sign it, send it back, re-upload it into Outlaw, and then manually add a slot for our Vice President to sign. He then has to save a final copy. Because we have to use the same process to remain compliant, it becomes a little bit round-a-bout. I'm not sure if it's possible to fix that.

Outlaw Feature Ratings

Contract creation
Contract templates
Clause library/saved fields
Contract sharing
Contract editing
Collaborating on contracts
Tracking contract status