Traditional contract data migration services can afford your organization tremendous headaches – to put it lightly. Hidden expenses regarding aftermarket technology and labor costs, evolving storage requirements, questionable data security, poor data recovery measures, and low scalability involved with locally stored and manually implemented data migration can be detrimental. Leave the tedium, risk, high costs, and wasted resources in the past in favor of web-enabled, self-serve data migration and export with contract management software.
Robust contract data management, contract analytics, and contract data security provide the necessary insights and protection for organizations to cut contract lifecycle times with enhanced control, governance, security, and visibility. Organizations can transform contracts into powerful, data-driven sources of business intelligence that support contract strategy, contract management KPIs, and goals with the help of leading contract management software. Here’s how.
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.
Contract writing is an essential phase in the contract lifecycle. During the contract writing stage, contract parties put the terms of a contract into written copy. Inefficient contract writing processes often rely on scattered clauses, poor compliance management and version tracking, insufficient line item management, and a lack of unified contracts and subcontracts. These processes can lead to an organization that is hindered by error-prone contracts with missing clauses, missed key dates and milestones, and a decentralized process that impedes the contract lifecycle.