Juro vs Agiloft: features, comparisons and alternatives

Juro knowledge team, 19 November 2021

Agiloft is one of the oldest contract lifecycle management tools on the market. But does it deliver the functionality modern legal and business teams need today? Let’s find out. 

Agiloft’s contract lifecycle management software is promoted as a way to automate work, reduce risk and drive revenue. But with customers reporting a dated interface and teething problems, how does it compare to a modern contract automation software like Juro?

This page explores the various features, limitations, and pricing of Agiloft in comparison to Juro’s all-in-one contract automation software. Keep reading or use the menu below to navigate this page. 

Juro vs Agiloft: feature comparison | Benefits | Pricing | Independent reviews | FAQs | Alternatives

Juro vs Agiloft: feature comparison 

Features

Agiloft

Juro 

Rich text editor
Unlimited templates
Natural language Q&A
Internal commenting
External negotiation
Custom branding
Binding eSignature with audit trail Requires separate eSigning tool
Signing on mobile Requires separate eSigning tool
Kanban board
Reminders
Approval workflows
Conditional logic
Real-time dashboard
Analytics
Dedicated customer success manager
User access levels
Single sign-on
Bulk actions

Salesforce integration
Workday integration
Greenhouse integration
Gmail integration
Google Drive integration
Zapier integration

 

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Agiloft’s contract lifecycle management software is renowned for its customizability and enterprise-grade features that seek to deliver value at all stages of the contract lifecycle. Targeted at mid-sized to large organizations in all industries, Agiloft attempts to serve a wider audience with lots of different features.

However, it’s possible that this abundance of features comes at the cost of the quality and execution of the features legal and business teams need most when managing contracts. 

Not only that, but it’s also common for Agiloft users to find the software overwhelming, largely due to the extensive amount of features and customizations available. This complexity means that the software usually takes a long time to set up and use. It also means that Agiloft users will pay for a lot of features they’ll never need. 

According to our research, some of the main pain points users experience with Agiloft include:

1. Bulky and unintuitive UI 

Agiloft users have criticized the software for being bulky and difficult to navigate, meaning it may not be ideal for companies looking to empower their commercial teams to self-serve on contracts. Some verified user reviews claim that due to there being so many complex features and options, it’s hard to find the ones you need most. 

2. Lengthy adoption and implementation time 

Like most enterprise-minded contract management tools, Agiloft has a lengthy implementation time. This can prevent legal and business teams from getting to value quickly and can cost them a lot of valuable time. By contrast, Juro’s contract automation software has a typical implementation period of just 21 days. 

3. No native eSignature 

Agiloft users that want to sign contracts electronically will need to integrate the software with an eSignature solution, like Adobe Sign or other DocuSign alternatives. By contrast, Juro’s native eSignature functionality means users can sign contracts without needing to leave Juro or pay to integrate an additional piece of software. 

4. Lack of support and training 

Numerous reviews also express frustrations about Agiloft’s lack of clear guidance and training on how to use the software. Users also mention that the support documents aren’t as helpful as they'd like. Ultimately, this lack of guidance can prevent a business from properly adopting Agiloft, meaning they continue to use and pay for multiple other tools. 

5. Limited integrations 

Due to being an older piece of software, Agiloft is much more limited in the platforms it can be integrated with, and it’s not able to connect the software with common business platforms like Workday, Greenhouse, Google Drive and Gmail. This is distinct from Juro where users can manage contracts from the systems they love. 

Visionary legal counsels and commercial teams in fast-growth businesses need a contract tool they can gain value from quickly and easily, and one that makes contract management straightforward for all contract stakeholders. 

Unlike Agiloft, Juro’s modern contract automation software designed with contracts in mind, has a user-friendly interface and can be implemented quickly. 

Let’s explore the various benefits of using Juro for your contracts, and how Juro’s unique, browser-native editor makes the end-to-end contracting process frictionless for users.

Juro benefits 

✍️ Rich-text editor designed for contracts

Juro’s rich-text editor allows legal and business teams to create, edit and amend contracts in a user-friendly and intuitive environment. Since Juro’s editor is designed specifically for contracts, it has a wide range of useful features, including conditional logic, smartfields, natural language Q&A and the capacity to add rich media like images, tables, and GIFs to make contracts more human. 

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With Juro’s advanced editing functionality, legal and business teams can create beautiful contracts within seconds, and writing a contract is made frictionless for legal and commercial teams alike.

🌐 Collaborate on contracts in real-time

Juro eliminates the need for contract stakeholders to track changes across multiple different platforms and versions when negotiating contracts. Instead, Juro users can leave internal and external comments and red-line contracts securely in one unified workspace. 

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With Juro, legal teams and those they enable can negotiate contracts in-browser, in real-time. Juro’s rich-text native browser also enables users to set up approval workflows and control which edits and comments are seen by counterparties, giving users complete control over the negotiation process. 

📈 Capture and query important contract data

Juro’s data-rich contract repository empowers legal and business teams to capture and query critical contract data with ease. This includes information like the status of a contract, who owns the contract, when renewal dates are approaching and the cost per transaction, among other things. 

Juro’s smart storage replaces the need to use Google Drive, Box, Sharepoint and local drives to store versions of contracts, as all Juro contracts are built as structured data, meaning they can be quickly queried and tracked in seconds. 

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With Juro’s unified contract repository, you can always rely on there being a single source of truth for your contracts. 

🔗 Integrates with the platforms you love

Unlike Agiloft which only integrates with a few other platforms, Juro offers integrations with most of the popular business-wide applications, like Salesforce, Zapier, Google Drive, Gmail, Workday and Greenhouse.  

By keeping commercial users connected to the platforms they know and love, Juro makes it easier for Sales, HR and other departments to confidently self-serve on contracts and built a more efficient contract workflow.

Agiloft pricing vs Juro pricing 

Agiloft offers various different plans for companies, one of which is a free trial. The free trial offers basic contract functionality, and is confined to timer-based rules with only standard integrations. 

Agiloft also offers other packages, such as Professional, Professional Extended, Enterprise and Enterprise Extended, all of which have hidden pricing. 

However, since Agiloft’s offering is enterprise-grade, it’s likely to be more expensive than most other contract management software. Therefore, if you need a more refined set of contract-specific features, you’ll probably be better off with an end-to-end solution like Juro. 

Juro offers flexible plans to suit businesses of all sizes, with intuitive features for every stage of the contract lifecycle. Head over to our pricing page to select a plan that’s right for your business, or hit the button below to find out more👇

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Agiloft reviews  

Agiloft 

Agiloft is rated 4.6 on G2, with lower scores for ease of setup, ease of admin, and quality of support than Juro.

Interestingly, many of Agiloft’s independent reviews on these platforms repeat the same criticisms of the software, too:

“I would like to see improvements in the UI of the overall system; some areas are very dated looking”

“With so many possibilities for customization comes a number of decisions that need to be made. This can be time-consuming”

“It is very flexible, which means complicated, and definitely takes some time to train users and developers”

“The UI can use a lot of improvement. A lot of the simple steps are unnecessarily complicated”

Juro 

By comparison, Juro is rated 4.8 out of 5 on both G2 and Capterra, with all reviews rating the software above 4 stars. Here are some of the independent reviews we have received from our customers:

"Easy to learn, intuitive user interface, anyone can use it without training. The Q&A function is amazing and let me as a legal person focus on contracts which actually require my expertise in drafting and negotiating.The future is here!"

“It has really helped us streamline our processes and save time. We have to produce a lot of contracts and we have a small team so really helps us when time is so precious”

“The product is simple, easy to use and largely intuitive. The team is a delight to work with - they take time to get to know you and your particular challenges which you need Juro to solve”

“Juro completely lifted the burden off our legal team by empowering our Sales team to handle the majority of small business contracts from start to finish”

Keen to hear more about how Juro’s all-in-one contract automation software has helped businesses reduce the end-to-end contract process from four months to just eight days? Check out Flux's case study

Frequently asked questions

Is Juro’s eSignature legally binding? ⚖️

Yes, Juro’s native eSignature solution is legally binding and carries the same weight as traditional wet signature. However, unlike wet signature, Juro’s electronic signature empowers users to sign contracts in-platform, from anywhere in the world on any device. 

Which countries does Juro operate in? 🌍

Juro has supercharged more than 250,000 contracts in over 1,000 companies to date. Our contract automation software is used in over 65 countries right across the globe, with a presence in Europe, the US, Latin America and Asia. 

Who are Juro’s investors? 📈

Juro is backed by numerous investors, including:

  • Union Square Ventures: the investors behind Twitter, Kickstarter and Coinbase.
  • Point Nine Capital: the investors behind Zendesk, Revolut and Typeform.
  • The founders of Indeed.com, Gumtree and Wise

Can I import contracts from another system into Juro? 📥

Yes, you can quickly and easily import contracts into Juro from another system. Using our intuitive drag-and-drop import feature, Juro users can upload documents quickly with an accompanying CSV that automatically tags contracts with the right metadata. 

How can I move to Juro? 👋

Get in touch if you’re looking to try Juro. Our commercial team is on hand to deliver a focused demo and help you find the perfect plan to suit your specific needs. 

Agiloft alternatives: all-in-one contract automation

If Agiloft isn’t quite right for your business but you’re in need of a contract tool, why not consider some alternatives? Here are just a few types of contract software available for businesses:

  • eSignature competitors: If you only need a solution for signing contracts electronically, then you might want to consider an eSignature solution. There are plenty of DocuSign alternatives on the market to choose from.

  • Contract lifecycle management: Enterprise-minded solutions from SAP, Ariba and Oracle offer Word- and PDF-based solutions aimed at large corporations. However, since they typically have 6-12 month implementation periods, they aren’t ideal for businesses that want to get value quickly. Find out more by exploring G2 Crowd.

  • All-in-one contract automation: Juro's all-in-one platform enables businesses to reduce several manual systems to just one and empowers commercial teams to self-serve on contracts using automated templates, collaborative workflows and a data-rich contract repository. Juro's typical implementation time is just 21 days.

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