Managing contracts takes a lot of time and effort, especially with the economy booming as we lead in to the year 2020. With this increased workload, contract managers need smarter ways to manage their contracts better. Legal professionals carefully review contracts with a sharp eye for details, excellent reading skills, deep comprehension, business acumen, and sufficient time management skills, but their process can be improved even more with new advancements in contract lifecycle management.
Contract management professionals oversee important contracts and agreements with sensitive data, clauses, details, and information. Given the importance that such classified data is kept confidential, rules pertaining to data access and classification must be precisely and carefully reviewed. Learn how AI-based contract management software can help contract managers to categorize, safeguard, and protect data.
Creating Contract, Request, Bid, PO, Employee, and Vendor Records is unprecedentedly streamlined with Contract Insight's latest update. Drag and drop record initiation is now available out of the box that lets users easily import files from a variety of locations! This tutorial serves as a step-by-step guide to aid in the initiation and configuration of records in Contract Insight’s leading source-to-contract suite. Get started today with better usability and governance over your CLM system.
Are you aware that the GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) was enacted by the European Union to help protect consumer information? Yes, the GDPR is a good step forward in safeguarding the data of individuals. In the United States, there have been comparable attempts by both the federal government and states to protect data of consumers including (but not limited to) healthcare privacy data protection (such as HIPAA), the Children’s Online Privacy Protection Act, Family Education Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) and various similar state-enacted consumer protection laws (to name a few).
The federal and state governments are indeed taking noteworthy steps in the interest of protecting consumer data. However, California has notably stepped up the game with the California Consumer Privacy Act. The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA for short) creates new consumer rights related to the access, management, and deletion of personal data that is collected by a business.