DealBuilder is a Norwegian-developed software platform designed to streamline the way companies create, dispatch and sign offers and agreements with their customers.
Usually agreements are set up in Word or Excel, saved as a PDF, then sent to the customer via email for signing. E-signature tools may shave a little friction off this process, but DealBuilder wants deal making and closing to be as easy as possible.
Small amounts of friction create large amounts of lost deals.
See how DealBuilder can help your business sell more, faster, with increased control, happier employees and more satisfied customers.
What problem are we solving?
The outdated manual processes that slow down deal making and deal closing, both on the company side and the customer side.
Cut through the tangled mess of Excel sheets, Word templates, PDFs, signature collection, contract changes and misunderstandings that lead to errors in agreements.
Use DealBuilder to create agreements and offers in a simple way, get them signed electronically, and move data automatically between contracts and company systems.
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In DealBuilder, we create e-contracts, which differ from the other providers on the market, which sign PDFs. Although the PDF format is well known, a “regular PDF” is not optimal for use in sales and contract contexts. PDFs are static documents, and the content of PDFs cannot be used further in the same way as in an e-contract.
We can illustrate this with a simple example:
When a contract built in DealBuilder is signed, other systems such as CRM, project management tools, sales boards or the financial system can be automatically updated with data fields from the signed e-contract. This cannot be done when you sign a normal PDF that is, for example, designed in Word, Excel or Google Spreadsheet, where you have to manually update all other systems after signing.
DealBuilder therefore improves your entire deal process, not just the signing step.