Difficulty and confusion arise when an organization’s contract management software and its CRM (Customer Relationship Management) system function separately. The romance between these two symbiotic partners must not be compromised and should be preserved for contract management success.
A variety of industries such as banking, insurance, real estate, private equity, stockbroking, and venture capital make up the financial industry – all of which keep businesses of every sector seamlessly operating every day. Given the high-risk and high-value nature of the contracts they manage, the need for adherence to a variety of compliance regulations, and a critical necessity for contract security and accessibility, BFSI organizations are encouraged to leverage cutting-edge software for efficient contract generation, next-level security and visibility, and a holistic and unified compliance management system.
Spreadsheet-driven contract management processes are error-prone, time-wasting, inefficient, disorganized, and lacking in security. Such practices should stay in the past; contract management professionals should begin 2020 with practical, centralized, user-friendly, and scalable contract lifecycle management solutions.
2020 is quickly approaching and, with it, new advancements in contract management options. To that end, we’ve detailed five essential tools contract managers must empower themselves with to navigate the ever-changing landscape of contract management best practices going forward.