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.
2021 has arrived, and with it comes new innovations to your contract management software processes. Keeping this in mind, we have outlined six critical contract management tools that your organization should equip itself with to stay ahead of future-minded contract management best practices in 2021 and beyond.
This blog post was updated on April 1st, 2021
In our previous Contract Insights blog, “Contract Lifecycle Management Part 1: Mastering Contract Management Blog Series,” we discussed common contract lifecycle management tasks and processes that challenge organizations - and how these challenges can negatively impact contract lifecycles. In this conclusion to that blog, we detail the reasons organizations should implement contract lifecycle management - as well as the core functionality that should be leveraged for the most powerful contract management software experience.
Managing, storing, and organizing files and attachments pertaining to contract management processes without the right the right tools can be challenging. Limitations that may come with exporting, downloading, and storing contract files and attachments manually can lead to disastrous consequences - including (but not limited to) delays with gathering contract request materials, the use of obsolete versions during contract authoring, lapses in contract negotiation collaboration, approval and eSignature delays, missed key dates and milestones, squandered opportunities, and other contract lifecycle bottlenecks.