Contract management software lets you manage contracts, automate contract management, and more. However, the details included in different contract management software solutions can be confusing. This article is dedicated to providing seven solid features that you can and should expect before you spend a dime.

Here is a list of features that we will look at in this article:

1. Contract Management

2. Contract creation

3. Contract Storage

4. Contract Management

5. Contract Negotiation

6. Contract Payment Service

While there are many other features in a contract management software solution, this article aims to provide an overview for anyone considering purchasing this type of software.

Contract management

Contract management is the management of all aspects and phases of all contract agreements, including the creation of certified technical contracts according to legal guidelines, inventory categorization and systematization in contracts, etc.


Contract drafting refers to drafting a contract from idea and discussion to completion. Contract management software allows users to automate this process with legally binding agreements and amendments to contracts in additional forms if required.

Contract Storage

Contractual storage is quite understandable. Users can collect, collect and store all contracts in one system. Contract management software provides a contract storage system for proper record keeping.

Contract payment service

Contract payment services include negotiating payment terms, determining payment methods, and tracking payments from contract initiation to payment processing. The contract management software maintains an ongoing service related to processing fees payable to partners during the contract period.