Review contracts 5x faster without sacrificing accuracy
Pactly automates redline reviews and centralizes your institutional intelligence to help you execute bullet-proof legal contracts much faster, without risking mistakes.
We simplify contract management for organizations of all sizes
Streamlined contract review no matter the source
Pactly simplifies template and counterparty contract reviews with a powerful Microsoft Word plugin. Put an end to line-by-line reviews
Make contract reviews structured, consistent and mind-numbingly fast
Pactly automatically identifies any changes to your template and puts your preferred positions and clauses at your fingertips. Incorporate your own guidance notes, fallback positions and access your historical negotiation insights to make each review better than the last.
Work with the technology you and your partners know and love
Pactly's simple Microsoft Word plugin works with the #1 choice of document editor for businesses worldwide. Review, edit and negotiate seamlessly without learning new software or reformatting documents.
Automate contract reviews with Smart Templates
Turn your template contracts into Smart Templates to auto-detect counterparty edits and build in institutional knowledge about preferred contract language, acceptable terms and historical activity.
Speed up counterparty contract negotiations with Pactly Playbooks
Playbooks help you quickly find and review the critical positions in common counterparty contract types, like NDAs, service agreements, and contractor agreementst
Combining Institutional Knowledge with Artificial Intelligence
Easy to use Smart Templates and Pactly Playbooks combine a dash of artificial intelligence with a whole lot of institutional knowledge to help you get the information you need where and when you need it. The result is that you can review and negotiate contracts faster than ever, while maintaining complete control over the process from start to finish.
Simplify contract management to get more done
Frequently asked questions
Our clients' most frequently asked questions
Most customers prefer to onboard their negotiation playbooks (a.k.a. contract review checklist, legal review playbook), but there is no strict requirement to have one. We have a couple of playbooks out of the box and can work with you to develop one from scratch or introduce you to one of our partners to help you with this.
There is technically no limit on what type of contracts you can review using Pactly. Playbooks are customisable either on your own, with our partners or with us. We have seen customers use playbooks for real estate contracts, leases, supply of goods/services contracts, employment agreements, procurement contracts, software licenses and many other business contracts. We also provide playbooks to review a non disclosure agreement (a.k.a confidentiality agreement) and services agreements and will be adding more to our standard library.
No, we've built Pactly on the assumption that you'll still be reviewing (or glancing through) the contract. Our objective isn't to build a robot lawyer but to design deliberate capabilities and processes using our platform to help you review faster and negotiate less (e.g., introducing better structure in templates and helping you adapt your negotiation strategy). If you're looking for a solution to make all the edits and send it out automatically, we may not be the best fit for you.
Yes, definitely. Many of our most active users are solo counsels. The popular use cases tend to be driving self-service by the business teams and incrementally building the right foundations for scaling a legal team (e.g. setting up a review checklist, consolidating internal know-how around negotiating key agreements).
Generally, most of our customers are in house legal departments (as opposed to law firms).
Yes, Pactly is a legal technology company that offers a contract AI review solution. We use machine learning models primarily to identify clauses and concepts present or absent in your agreement as part of our process to review contracts. This model-based identification is the first step in remediating most issues, and it helps us provide the relevant context to the user and speed up the review.