Contract review is one of the most critical stages in the life of a contract. Unfortunately, many organizations are using obsolete contract management methods. Manual and entirely paper-based contract review methods can lead to missed key dates and deadlines, missed opportunities, costly and damaging contract language oversights, and other harmful consequences and contract lifecycle bottlenecks for your organization. Luckily, this blog post will examine the contract review process – as well as how one can improve contract review with AI-based contract management software.
As your business grows, so do your responsibilities - especially as they pertain to contracts. Contract volume and contract complexity grow along with your organization. As such, it can be easy to fall into the deleterious pitfalls of contract mismanagement. Your organization will inevitably reach a point at which manual contract management methods - such as those involving disparate emails, spreadsheets, shared drives, and manual wet signatures - no longer cut it. But change is a good thing, and you can get ahead of the damaging consequences of contract mismanagement due to a manual process. How? It's simple: automate contracts with contract management software. Read on to learn how to easily get started with streamlined contract lifecycle management!
Automation Is Essential, Here's Why
Contract automation provides a way for you to accomplish more. It’s simple, streamlined, and will benefit your organization both internally and externally. With the amount of contracts, policies, and other standard health agreements being handled, no home health provider should perform without it.
How Business Process Automation is Being Used Today
Many workplace processes are repetitive and time-consuming, leaving employees minimal time to focus on improving their organization. It has been found that 12% of a company’s total annual costs may be used for administrative tasks and contract management. These expenses can be eliminated by implementing technology-enabled automation, also known as Business Process Automation (BPA), that will significantly improve workplace processes. By 2021, companies are estimated to be spending $12.7 billion on these solutions, leaving those relying on traditional methods to plummet. By investing in BPA, your business can begin focusing on the research, strategy, and development that will position your business as a leader in any industry.