We’ve all been there. You need to move fast … except you’re stuck behind the non disclosure agreement.
You’ve just gotten to the juicy part of the meeting – maybe about to exchange pricing or release dates – when the other side of the table says, “Do we have an NDA?”
Freeze frame! This is a business inflection point. Either you know you don’t have an NDA in place already and have two copies of a printed NDA you can both fill out on the spot… or you don’t . In today’s paperless world, not many people carry around NDAs ready to sign… and who in your company knows all the companies with whom you already have NDAs?
So, you’re stuck. Business comes to a standstill while your each go off to figure out if you have an NDA in place, and if not, you have to cycle through whatever process your company uses to get a non disclosure agreement done. Meanwhile your business suffers.
That’s why we created EasyNDA.
NDAs do not have to be complicated or take long to get in place.
With EasyNDA, you simply use any connected device: computer, tablet, or phone to create, sign, and send an NDA to the person across the table from you. It takes less than a minute. EasyNDA stores all your company information – you just Click, Sign, and Send.
Work fast. Work smart.
Do business, not paperwork.
We’re pleased to announce that EasyNDA, the non disclosure agreement company, has been selected as a “most dangerous and disruptive new startups” and will have an exhibit at Techmanity Startlandia!
Come visit us!
In a WSJ piece with Bill Gurley yesterday, Bill says,
“Every incremental day that goes past I have this feeling a little bit more. I think that Silicon Valley as a whole or that the venture-capital community or startup community is taking on an excessive amount of risk right now. Unprecedented since ’99. In some ways less silly than ’99 and in other ways more silly than in ’99.”
Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/bill-gurley-silicon-valley-is-taking-on-too-much-risk-2014-9#ixzz3DjgtQYlb
Fred Wilson in his piece today, says:
The thing I like so much about Bill’s point of view is that he does not focus on valuations as a measure of risk. He focuses on burn rates instead.
We have multiple portfolio companies burning multiple millions of dollars a month.
I’ve been grumpy for months, possibly for longer than that, about this
At EasyNDA, we are taking a long view and working hard to balance our growth needs against unnecessary burn. Simple things like what bank to use, which services to employ, and on which features to spend our resources.
We see startups all around us burning cash at unrecoverable rates – and expect many of these companies to run into the proverbial wall. Our goal is to stay lean while being optimally responsive to our customers’ needs. Let us know how we’re doing.