IQAkte Vertrag offers many practical features that make managing contract-related data a whole lot easier. As a specialist with a keen sense for processes and documents, IQDoQ developed the digital contract file as a tool which processes information related to contracts, contract items and contract partners simply, quickly and securely. Template management, deadline management or correspondence; editing, archiving or reporting: IQAkte Vertrag makes contract management stress-free.
IQAkte Vertrag, the digital contract file, is a true partner you can rely on to manage your contracts, contract items and contract partners securely and reliably.
The template management automatically creates correspondence – personalisation included.
Naturally, IQAkte Vertrag manages multiple clients – whilst maintaining optimal privacy.
No time to pay attention to deadlines? No problem. IQAkte Vertrag monitors contract deadlines and reminds you of important dates via email.
IQAkte Vertrag not only offers tamper-proof, encrypted storage, but also a role-based permissions system. And that means everyone sees only what they’re supposed to see.
A web client gives third parties temporary access to relevant contract files – external lawyers during trials, for example.
Whether test or approval workflows – the workflow engine knows what to do and when. For reliable routines at all times.
You travel a lot and would like to carry all relevant documents with you? The IQAkte Vertrag.App makes it easy to take individual documents or whole files with you on your iPad.
Are your sales and liquidity planning due, or do you need a deadline calendar? Integrated Excel reports and the configurable analysis tool IQAkte Analytics make it possible.
Documents from MS Office and Outlook can be stored directly in the respective contract files at the press of a button. And even scanned paper documents end up right where they belong.
Browsing, highlighting, adding post-its, notes and attachments – a breeze! You would like to link documents, add audio comments and use the keyword and full-text search? No problem.