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.
Does your organization have a high volume of contracts of ranging complexity? Do you need these contracts searched, have important contract data extracted, and be stored within an easily accessible contract data repository? Don't leave your team overwhelmed with manual contract data extraction and legal discovery processes. Instead, leverage intelligent contract data extraction with the help of powerful contract intelligence within a leading-edge contract management software system.
Why do you trust your software provider? Is there any specific criteria by which you measure a software system’s trustworthiness in protecting sensitive and confidential data such as PCI (payment card information), PII (personally identifiable information), employee information, client details, vendor data, and vital contract data? With increased risk of data and security breaches, especially during such uncertain times as these, you should be confident that your information is stored on a trusted platform. Read on to learn how to use such a trusted platform, along with the importance of SOC compliance.
As technology evolves and organizations shift to adapt, business process changes should increase productivity rather than hamper it. Contract managers who primarily utilize manual methods with their team may encounter difficulties in efficiently managing contracts. Contract mismanagement can decrease productivity, hinder communication regarding task responsibility, and increase avoidable inefficiencies. As contract administration changes for the future, organizations can attain greater control over their contract management processes by avoiding the following pitfalls of contract mismanagement.