Document Crunch, the leading contract intelligence platform for the construction industry, recently announced its new integration with Microsoft Word with the launch of its latest product: Document Crunch for Word. This groundbreaking integration will provide both legal and non-legal professionals with an unprecedented advantage in construction contract review and negotiation processes and is now available to Document Crunch users on the Microsoft App Store.
Document Crunch for Word, which was designed with contract review professionals from legal to executives in mind, empowers users to streamline contract analysis, right in the environment where most redlining is done. This extension offers Document Crunch’s core functionality within Word allowing users to better identify critical contractual clauses, assess risk factors, and facilitate efficient redlining with industry-specific sample language. This approach eliminates the hassle of manually tracking and identifying critical clauses, leading to more efficient negotiations and risk assessment.
“Bringing Document Crunch right into construction industry workflows is at the heart of our mission,” says Josh Levy, co-founder and CEO of Document Crunch. “We recognize the challenges faced by construction professionals in comprehending and negotiating complex contracts. With ‘Document Crunch for Word,’ we’re bringing the power of AI-driven contract intelligence directly into the widely used Microsoft Word environment, making contract negotiations a simplified, seamless, and insightful process.”
“The ability to quickly identify contract risks right within Microsoft Word, our preferred platform for contract redlining, takes Document Crunch to the next level for us,” said Kyle Reynolds, Risk Manager of Andres Construction.
Document Crunch for Word, and the recent partnership with Procore, marks a defining moment to reshape the landscape of contract review and compliance, where contracts become not just documents, but strategic assets paving the way for greater project success and profitability. In both instances, Document Crunch has shown its commitment to bringing its core value of just-in-time information directly into the digital workspaces being used by the construction industry within critical workflows where material risk exists. Learn more about Document Crunch for Word here.