Contract Database Management
What is Contract Database Management?
Contract database management systems create organized repositories for contract documents that facilitate easy shared access to relevant documents based on indexed terms and search functionalities, and may include additional functionalities such as document assembly, approval and signature processing, obligation monitoring and notifications, and integration with CRMs.
Bloomberg Law Launches A Product For Storing, Searching, Drafting and Negotiating Contracts
Does the corporate legal market need yet another contract lifecycle management product? Well, Bloomberg Law thinks it does. Last month, Bloomberg Law released a survey it conducted with legal news and information company ALM that found that nearly 75% of in-house counsel said that their contract workflow technology did not meet their needs, even though...
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Agiloft launches online ‘university’ in response to rise of contract operations
Silicon Valley-headquartered contract lifecycle management vendor Agiloft today (12 January) launches an online ‘university’ to train users from across enterprise procurement, sales, and legal teams to become certified Agiloft administrators. The ... Agiloft launches online ‘university’ in response to rise of contract operations Read More » The post Agiloft launches online ‘university’ in response to rise...
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Behind the Curtain: How Lexion Harnessed GPT-3.5 for Contracts
As ChatGPT enthralls legal, CLM provider Lexion has successfully incorporated the underlying technology into its offerings. Here they discuss the process and what’s to come from GPT-3.5 technology in legal work.
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The Importance Of Contract Data Management (And How It Works)
Businesses with good contract data management can make better decisions faster. They are also able to identify opportunities and threats more quickly. The post The Importance Of Contract Data Management (And How It Works) appeared first on Above the Law.
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