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Contract Template

Create and track contracts on Bit with your team.

What is a Contract?

A sales contract is a signed agreement between a company and a client. It's the beginning of a relationship where goods or services are promised to be sent in exchange for payment. It's an important way that companies and clients go into business together.

Why Contracts are Important?

Contracts are important agreements that help business to move forward and provides a guarantee to the seller and to the buyer that products or services will be transferred for some amount of money. Nearly every company in the world uses contracts to work with clients, partners, etc.

What You Should Include in a Contract?

Here are some of the sections of a sales contract. As with any legal document refer to a lawyer for legal guidance.

Applicability

Inspection

Changes

Prices & Payments

Warranty

Excusable Delay

Cancellation

Disputes

Export

Non Disclosures

Patent Indemnity

Licenses

Taxes

Key Benefits of Making Your Contract on Bit.ai

Bit is an collaborative interactive modern document platform that allows you to incorporate smart content inside of your documents. Businesses from across the globe are using Bit for fast beautiful documents.

Here are some of the man benefits of using Bit:

  1. Collaborate in real-time
  2. Interlink contacts and other documents
  3. Create fully responsive documents
  4. Create private contracts only visible to yourself or your team.
  5. Track engagement on shared contracts with clients, partners, etc.

How to Make Your Contract Interactive?

Recommended power links and files you can add to your Bit document company contract:

Web links

PDFs, PowerPoint in Google Drive/OneDrive

Google Sheets, OneDrive Excel, Airtable

Social Media posts

YouTube, Vimeo

Draw.io, Lucidcharts

Rich media embed

Contract Template

Bit documents can also be embedded onto any website! Here's is Bit document that you can interact with and see in it's entirety:
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