Concord, the free and unlimited contract lifecycle management and e-signature platform, just released the second version of its API to extend its contract management features to other software programs. Concord’s API 2.0 closes the loop on all business transactions by allowing contracts to be automatically included into current processes.
Concord users are now able to build highly customized and effective integrations to seamlessly generate and send documents for negotiation and signature from any business application. The API provides a convenient way for customers to create, edit, and invite others to sign documents without leaving their application. In addition, users can populate automated template fields to create and send thousands of documents within a matter of minutes at once, and much more.
“We are aware that some of the companies using Concord also have proprietary software applications to help run diverse aspects of their businesses more efficiently,” said Matt Lhoumeau, CEO and cofounder of Concord. “Allowing our customers to incorporate basic contract management functionalities within their other business applications is in line with our company’s mission to make the contracting process easier.”
Concord has also made integrations with Google Drive, Box, and Dropbox available.
The 2.0 API is richer and fully REST. Pricing starts at $99.99 per month and is based on the number of documents managed on Concord through the API.