Agiloft’s powerful contract management solution helps corporate legal professionals to mitigate their contract compliance risk, drive consistency and best practices in document assembly, and automate even the most complex review and approval processes.
Over 3 million users at organizations ranging from small enterprises to U.S. government agencies and Fortune 100 companies depend on Agiloft’s innovative applications for Help Desk, Contract Management, Custom Workflow, and more. Agiloft specializes in automating processes that are too complex for competing vendors. Our best practice templates and agile technology ensure rapid deployment and a fully extensible system
Its deep configurability provides unparalleled control over legal processes and workflows, allowing decision makers to better realize their organizational objectives. The company was also recently named PC Magazine “Editor’s Choice” for contract management software for the fourth year in a row. Leading industry analyst firm Spend Matters also recognized Agiloft as the Value Leader in its 2018 Contract Management SolutionMap.
Agiloft CEO and founder, Colin Earl joins me on my daily tech podcast to share his story. The software industry veteran has over 25 years of experience as a developer, product manager, and CIO. Colin worked at IBM, General Electric, and three start-ups before founding Agiloft in 1991. Colin also won a Gold Stevie® Award for “Entrepreneur of the Year” in the 2018 American Business Awards.
His vision was to accelerate the building and deployment of enterprise business applications by removing the need for manual coding. Under his leadership, Agiloft has achieved this goal, creating a market segment for agile business software. Colin’s focus is on growing a world-class team and aligning the interests of staff, partners, and customers. He has an engineering degree from Imperial College and moved to Silicon Valley in 1986.
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