Juro now free to access to help businesses collaborate remotely during COVID-19 crisis
Global News

Juro logoJuro has launched new plans that are free of charge, to help businesses collaborate remotely on contracts during the COVID-19 crisis.

Basic plans allow businesses to add up to two users, so they can create, collaborate on and agree contracts right away. They don’t include larger deployments, nor the configuration of advanced integrations, due to the implementation time involved, but otherwise there are no limits.

With people no longer able to meet face-to-face to agree new business, close new partnerships nor hire employees, Juro is seeing increased demand from the community to be able to collaborate remotely on contracts and is ready to help however it can.

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Pavel Kovalevich, co-founder and CPO of Juro, said: “Since this crisis began, we’ve seen some customers’ usage triple, and others bringing whole teams into the platform so they can collaborate remotely. If we’re able to help more businesses work through this crisis, then there was no question for us that we should do so.”

Richard Mabey, co-founder and CEO of Juro, said: “Juro exists to make legal more human - that mission is now more critical than ever, and we’re happy to be able to help the wider community however we can. Business will still be done, and we’re here to help you do it.”


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