Companies of all sizes within both the public and private sectors often find themselves maneuvering multiple contracts at once - with said contracts progressing at various stages of the contract lifecycle. As such, they must build an efficient, organized, and cost-effective contract lifecycle management process that helps with all stages of the contract lifecycle. Read on to learn how to get started building a strong and centralized contract lifecycle process - as well as how this undertaking can be significantly simplified and improved with the right strategy, rather than the cheapest and most manual.
Contract writing - also known as contract authoring - is a critical stage of the contract lifecycle. The contract writing process involves contract parties putting into written copy the terms of a contract. One extremely important facet of contract writing is contract clause management. Insufficient contract authoring procedures as they pertain to contract clause management often rely upon disorganized tracking of versions, a lack of unified contracts and subcontracts, and - unfortunately - scattered clauses. Such processes can leave your organization with contracts that are missing clauses, an overlooked mass of key dates and milestones, and unified contract lifecycle management.
General Counsel and paralegals face growing contract volume and contract complexity. The lack of an efficient legal contract management process can render obstacles that legal departments encounter nearly impossible to overcome. As such, here's how to utilize legal contract management software for a shortened legal contract lifecycle.
As 2021 draws ever nearer, the truth remains that general counsel and paralegals continue to encounter growing contract complexity and volume. An ineffectual legal contract management process makes obstacles for legal departments tough to overcome. Here’s how to leverage seven legal contract management software tools for a streamlined legal contract lifecycle, reduced risk, and minimal contract lifecycle bottlenecks and delays.