Contract management software benefits companies of all sizes in a variety of ways. By gaining greater control of their contracts, organizations using contract management software can increase efficiency, streamline operations, and tap into a myriad of unrealized growth and revenue opportunity.

Some businesses relying on traditional contract management solutions – like filing cabinets, spreadsheets, and shared drives – may not see an immediate need for contract management software. A quick assessment of the current status of the company’s contract repository, including how milestones are tracked, if all compliance requirements are being met, and other considerations can help a company decide if it’s the right time to make the switch to contract management software. 

The truth is, maintaining the status quo isn’t always a suitable option – especially for organizations that plan on expanding their operations and boosting their revenue.

Deciding which software solution makes sense for your organization doesn't have to be complicated. With The 2019 Buyer’s Guide to Contract Management Software, you will learn how to you evaluate and implement the right contract management software to fit your needs.

Whether you have a small legal team or are part of a large, multi-faceted organization, buying contract management software can be overwhelming. So many software solutions are available that can address some - or even all - of your needs, so deciding which one to pick requires meticulous planning and testing.

You can use the 2019 Buyer’s Guide to Contract Management Software to gain a better understanding of what you need, what’s holding you back, and how you can overcome some historical challenges or current roadblocks. In the guide you will learn how to:

  • Identify the primary problems of poor contract management: Learn how inefficiency and disorganization are negatively impacting your organization.
  • Determine if you’re ready for contract management software: Find out what questions you should ask when evaluating your options.
  • Selection Best Practices: Establish a selection process that identifies the current state of your contract management, including budget, constraints, and capabilities.
  • Navigate Implementation: Test, evaluate, implement using our checklist.

The purpose of the 2019 Buyer’s Guide to Contract Management Software is to provide guidance and knowledge to organizations to find the right solution to fit their needs. In this new, updated version of our popular guide, you will get all the latest information about today’s contract management software along with checklists and step-by-step instructions on how to lead your team from assessment to vetting to decision. The guide also includes the Contract Management Software Selection Checklist, a chronological set of steps to help you navigate the contract management software selection process.

Ready to gain a better understanding of the contract management software landscape and learn more about the different types of solutions available? Whether you are a contract manager, general counsel, or member of an in-house legal team, if you are in charge of managing your organization’s contracts, The New Buyer’s Guide to Contract Management Software will help you being your search for the right solution to fit your needs.

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