Quickly Legal is the first project from Startup Foundry, a startup studio based in Chicago with a distributed team around the world. We even (unsuccessfully) tried to hire someone from Kepler-452B.
With Quickly Legal, we saw an opportunity to significantly improve the way freelancers, entrepreneurs and business owners create, sign and manage legal contracts. When we started, we were reminded about an old saying that you can have your pick of any two out of the following three: cheap, fast, or good.
Why was everyone content to focus on cheap (and sometimes, fast) but never all three? After all, successful companies in other industries have managed to achieve all three goals. Some of the companies we admire - Airbnb, Uber and others - have managed to deliver effective, affordable, and timely services that are loved by their customers.
We wondered: why can't we do the same for business contracts?
Quickly Legal give you free access to the Freelancer contracts library. Those contracts are intended for freelance graphic designers, product designers, software developers, writers, editors, consultants, photographers. etc. We also have contract libraries for startups and small businesses, as well as one focused on intellectual property.
But it's not enough to make business contracts affordable. We wanted to help freelancers and business owners to quickly and easily create, send for signature, and manage their contracts. No more waiting for faxes and mail. You can create and electronically sign legal contracts in minutes. Share with anyone you want. And more importantly, you can access Quickly Legal wherever you are - via Web, iOS or Android mobile devices. You no longer need five different apps and tools to create an agreement, review it, turn it into a PDF, send it for signature, store it, etc. Quickly Legal offers a unified platform that helps you run your business on time and on budget.
Making business contracts affordable and quick was already a great step forward, but like the companies we admire, we wanted to do more. We wanted to deliver good contracts that people could understand. Without legal mumbo-jumbo.
Don't take our word for it. If you're ready, let's get started!