Work your preferred way, with a full range of redlining options supported - Microsoft Word®, Office for the Web integration, or our very own GK Editor.
“Team have been very helpful and friendly during the implementation phase, the system itself is straightforward and has added value from day 1.”
A native end-to-end Microsoft Word®-compliant, legal redline solution using vendor-supplied contracts or your own.
Use the solution you know and trust to collaborate with your internal stakeholders and negotiate with your counterparties.
“Gatekeeper is our procurement platform of choice at The Telegraph. It’s a great system, well worth the investment.”
Leverage the online version of Microsoft Office to make the contract negotiation process more efficient than ever. Suggest edits and see feedback from others in your web browser.
No more file downloads or merging multiple versions of the same document from different users.
“I wish all the systems we used were like Gatekeeper.“
Create, amend, negotiate and publish contracts with Gatekeeper’s native cloud-based in-browser document editor, whilst maintaining the full suite of AI capabilities for non-native documents held in your repository.
“It is my job to find the best technology in Financial Services - I selected Gatekeeper.”
Generate unlimited contract templates from contract records, merging all required data from key fields.
Dynamically insert relevant details within your eNegotiate contract templates using Gatekeeper Handlebars.
“Before Gatekeeper, our contracts were everywhere and nowhere.”
Generate and self-service contracts from your approved boilerplate clause library, automating the generation of compliant and pre-approved legal agreements.
“Great System. Vetted over 25 other systems and Gatekeeper rose to the top.”
Transform fragmented chaos into centralised order with our Visual Workflow Engine to identify and solve process bottlenecks.
“I cannot ever imagine personally monitoring contracts, without a contract management solution...Gatekeeper is that friendly tap on the shoulder, to remind me what needs our attention.”