The evolution of AwesomeDocs
Following various customer led requests in response to CV formatter from early adopters, the team started to build AwesomeDocs four months later in October 2015, and we saw contract creation and editing added to the list of product functionalities. The ability to pull data from Bullhorn fields and automatically populate information in a contract meant that users were seeing a dramatic reduction in the time they were spending creating the contracts, and also a reduction in errors in the contract itself.
From there, the next obvious step was to integrate DocuSign, allowing clients to generate and send contracts for electronic signing. This was a huge step forward for AwesomeDocs, Stewart remembers, "This really allowed us to transform AwesomeDocs from a product which did bits of the process to an end-to-end document management - or ‘documation’ - tool." Users now had the ability to format a CV, generate a contract, and then send it to the client and candidate for signing. With over 86% of DocuSign agreements being completed within one day, this offered a huge advantage for AwesomeDocs users.