Contract management AI is not something to be intimidated by. Its goal is not to eliminate jobs or replace valuable employees. Instead, it can add value to contract management software processes by transforming contracts and documents into building blocks for enhanced contract oversight, improved risk mitigation, and more proactive opportunity realization. It can lend a competitive edge by shifting the responsibility of employees from tedious data entry to valuable contract analytics. Organizations that embrace AI-based contract management can maximize growth opportunities and increase their software ROI.
When it comes to vendor management, efficiency and process unity are key. A vendor management process that relies on disparate documents, spreadsheets, and emails for vendor key data, contract information, certificates of insurance, and performance data for vendor comparison may not cut it. Such methods can leave organizations with a disorganized process that might lead to missed deadlines, failed compliance, insufficient payments, agreement breaches, and poor vendor selection. Eliminate manual, time-consuming processes by successfully keeping track of what’s essential with vendor management software. Here are three critical aspects of vendor management to track.
In a world where technology continues to evolve to conveniently integrate various applications for increased expediency and productivity, CobbleStone grows as well. CobbleStone’s latest release, Contract Insight® 17.6.0, allows you to integrate a proprietary MS Outlook PC Plug-in for easy, quick, and user-friendly contract management software straight from your PC desktop MS Outlook application. Here’s how to leverage the plug-in for better, faster, and smarter source-to-contract management today!
Vendor, customer, and employee compliance management are essential for organizations to maintain adherence to compliance standards, mitigate risk, and uphold their reputation. However, as contract volume grows, it can be difficult for organizations to track the records of vendors, customers, partners, and employees regularly. To achieve and maintain compliance, it is paramount that organizations, regardless of industry, remain aware of violations committed by entities they are performing business with. Such violations include failure to adhere to economic and trade sanctions under The Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC). Contract management software with intelligent national sanction compliance checks and risk analysis snapshots can help organizations to avoid these issues by providing them with a comprehensive and centralized OFAC search process.