With this feature any company can set up its own unique source of truth or an “intranet” where everyone in the company has access to all the company approved corporate policies, legal templates or even the company contracts database – depending on the type of permissions the admin of the company granted.
The mechanics are simple, once you finalize a document either by generating it from our library or uploading your own template, you can publish it from My Workspace (where only you have access or the persons with which you collaborate on a document or project) to the Company Workspace (where all employees have access).
For example, your company is developing software and it would like to make sure that all software development activities done by the dev team comply with your company policies. To ensure internal compliance you need to be able to effectively communicate the applicable policy on this subject. Goodlegal offers the possibility to import the appropriate Open Source Policy to your own personal workspace (My Workspace) and either make some changes you need based on your company specific or just add the company details, sign the policy and communicate it companywide by simply publishing the final policy document from My Workspace to the Company Workspace where all employees can see the policy.
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After the Launch Day
We publicly launched Goodlegal on Nov 23. Yeeey!
First of all, I would like to thank everyone who joined our journey (or is thinking of doing it) in these early days when everything is happening lightning fast, and we are figuring out a lot of things based on your input.
Do you have a legal problem?
This is a very simple question with a complex answer. The short answer would be YES if a specific matter which needed to be solved yesterday with fewer resources than it actually requires now were not solved as already mentioned in previous posts (fast and cost-effective solution).
One of the essential processes of a company is the contracts process - the way in which the company interacts with third parties through legally binding documents with the goal of converting them to customers or partners to ensure the success of its business.
This process is essential because: