Juro is designed for individual users — not for growing businesses.

Juro is primarily designed for individual use, emphasizing e-signature capabilities. However, it may not fully cater to the evolving needs of growing businesses. With Juro, you can expect:

  • Steep pricing increases as user numbers grow.
  • Limitations in search and storage functionality.
  • Slowdowns at high volumes of docs and signatures.

If you just need simple e-signing for one user, Juro is one of the most affordable products on the market. But you’ll start to notice big differences as you scale and add complexity.

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Concord vs Juro features comparison

 JuroConcord
Unlimited, native e-signaturesvv
Templatesvv
Online text editorvv
Bulk sendvv
Audit trailvv
Integrations with Salesforce, Google Drive, Box, and Dropboxvv
Internal/public chatxv
Version controlxv
Approval workflowsxv
Clause libraryxv
End-to-end contract managementxv
Customizable reportsxv

Is Concord cheaper than Juro?

Juro’s pricing model is initially quite affordable, with plans starting around $39 per month for the basic tier, which includes essential e-signature functionalities. However, as a business grows and requires additional users, the cost increases, reaching higher tiers for more advanced features like full document automation and enhanced workflow capabilities.

Concord’s pricing starts at $49 per user per month for the Essentials plan, which includes not just e-signatures but also features such as contract drafting, negotiation tools, and deadline alerts, all essential for thorough contract management. This plan offers unlimited documents and e-signatures, making it more inclusive for growing businesses.

“ [Juro] can be slow and unresponsive at times, which can be frustrating when trying to complete tasks.”

verified Juro user review on Capterra

Juro vs. Concord — what integrations do they offer?

Juro offers integrations that primarily enhance its document automation and e-signature services. Key integrations include CRM systems like Salesforce and HubSpot, which streamline sales and customer relationship management. It also integrates with file storage services like Dropbox and Google Drive, aiding in efficient document management and access.

Concord, focusing on comprehensive contract management, provides a broader spectrum of integrations. Along with CRM systems like Salesforce and HubSpot, it integrates with document storage tools like Dropbox, Box, and Google Drive, streamlining workflow management across different platforms.

Key differences between Juro and Concord

Key differences between Juro and Concord break out into four key categories.

  • Primary focus: Juro is focused on e-signature and document automation, ideal for straightforward document processing needs. Concord offers comprehensive contract lifecycle management, suitable for businesses requiring extensive contract handling capabilities.
  • Integration: Juro integrates with CRM systems like Salesforce and HubSpot, as well as file storage services like Dropbox and Google Drive. Concord, in addition to CRM integrations, also connects with project management tools, offering broader business function support.
  • User experience: Juro is known for its simplicity and user-friendly interface, targeting individual users and small teams. Concord, while also user-friendly, offers more complex contract management functionalities, catering to a wider range of business sizes and needs.
  • Pricing structure: Juro’s pricing is more favorable for individual users but increases with more users. Concord’s pricing model, by contrast, remains consistent and includes a broader range of features.

“I barely needed training as the ease of use [of Concord] allows you to integrate into daily workflows as if it was always there.“

verified Concord user review on Capterra

For small businesses, Concord’s extensive contract management tools offer more value for the price, providing access to a full suite of signing, tracking, automation and search capabilities.

Thousands of companies trust Concord

“Concord has been very helpful with respect to making sure that we have access to everything in a way that doesn’t rely on one person to have to be able to get to it.”

– SHANE MULROONEY
VP OF LEGAL

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Frequently asked
questions

  • How does Concord’s implementation process work?

    Concord is so easy to use that you can start sending and signing agreements right away. Our dedicated Customer Success team will work with you one-on-one to help you roll out Concord across your team or organization. Most of our customers are able to implement automated signing workflows and other advanced features within two to three weeks.
  • How does Concord’s onboarding process work?

    Your subscription includes a Customer Success Manager (CSM) who’ll schedule an onboarding call with you in your first week. Although Concord is easy to start using on your own, your CSM will walk you through the basic functionality, answer questions, and provide tips on setting up approval and signing workflows across your organization.
  • What do customers say about Concord’s support?

    Concord’s customer support has a 4.6 out of 5 on Capterra. Customers often call out the availability and expertise of Concord’s Customer Success team. For example, one customer says, “The customer support is a team of real people who are available and reliable!” Another customer says, “The customer support team have been responsive to all our questions every step of the way.”
  • Are Concord’s electronic signatures legally binding?

    Yes! Concord’s legally binding e-signatures are compliant with the U.S. Electronic Signatures in Global and National Commerce (eSign) Act and the Uniform Electronic Transactions Act (UETA), as well as similar laws in other jurisdictions around the world. Concord automatically generates a certificate verifying the legitimacy of each e-signature, and linking it to a specific individual. All signed documents also contain unique encryption keys, which can be used to verify a signature’s validity, and confirm that the document was signed using Concord.
  • Can I import contracts from other software into Concord?

    Absolutely! You can bring PDF and Word documents into Concord individually or in bulk, even if they’ve already been e-signed elsewhere. Concord can automatically track deadlines for these agreements, and our optical character recognition (OCR) search can quickly find text in any document you’ve uploaded — even a PDF. Concord also includes a built-in text editor similar to Google Docs, so you can create new agreements right inside the app.

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With Concord, you’ll be sending and signing contracts straight from day one.

  Lightning-fast uploads

  Unlimited e-signatures

  AI-powered search

  Encrypted storage

  Same-day onboarding

  Easy-to-use interface

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