Category: contract abstraction
Reduce risk by unleashing contract insights
Companies often struggle to keep all their contracts in a central place with the goal of making them accessible to the appropriate people throughout the company. Oftentimes, new contracts are negotiated, executed, then filed away (and forgotten) in a drawer, or in a file folder on the computer of the business person in charge of […]Read More →
Transforming contract management process with NLP
CEO Blog 7: I want to know if my contracts are risky. How do I do that?
Aaah – a loaded question. There is much talk about software telling you if there is risk in your contracts. Well, what is a risk to you? That would be different than a risk to another company or someone else. To you, if the limitation of liability is capped to 2x the spend by the […]Read More →
CEO Blog 6: How do I prepare my legacy documents for ease of migration into a CLM?
The larger the company, the more the contracts – that is a given. The larger the company, the more divisions. The larger the company, the more these divisions work in silos. All companies run on contracts – buy-side and sell-side. When moving to a new enterprise or contract management lifecycle system no one wants to […]Read More →
CEO Blog 3: Can I extract and track my business specific information?
CEO Blog 2: What attributes do I extract and ingest into a CLM during the legacy contract migration process?
The first part of the series covered, what is legacy contract migration and why do I need to do it? Here we will discuss the next/second question that is asked very often too, what attributes do I extract and ingest into a CLM during the legacy contract migration process into a CLM? There is no […]Read More →
CEO Blog 1: What is legacy contract migration and why do I need to do it?
To kick off the series, let us first start with the simplest question – What is legacy contract migration and why do I need to do it? You are looking to install a Contract Lifecycle Management (CLM) system to get a handle on your contracts, what good is having a great CLM without any data? […]Read More →
Obligation tracking: Stay on top of all your commitments
When people plan a contract management system, their immediate concerns tend to focus on finding their contracts and reporting on standard metadata, including contract owner, contract status, and renewal date. A centralized repository takes care of the first need. Configured reports set up for specific contract metadata address the second need. But beyond standard contract […]Read More →
Extracting essential data points from your leases
Lease extraction The process of retrieving relevant data points from your lease contracts can have a huge impact on your organization if not tracked properly. A summary of your lease contracts at your fingertips can save you time, money and mitigate the risk associated with non-compliance. The process of reviewing lease data for say asset […]Read More →
Contract Data Abstraction : 4 Signs to know you are ready
Contracts are an integral part of any business relationship and staying on top is critical. Automated abstraction gives legal, contracts, and procurement professionals the ability to efficiently and cost-effectively abstract key information from their contracts and improve how they manage contractual obligations. Contract data abstraction means extracting important data points which include clauses, dates, and […]Read More →
Ways to extract information out of contracts
Legacy Contract Data Extraction: Software, Manual or Both?
Contract data extraction or contract review is a vital step of the contract management process for any business to thrive. In contract management, review means critically analyzing the information present in a contract. The old way of capturing essential data attributes from legal documents has been transformed, thanks to technology. We hear about Artificial Intelligence […]Read More →
Capitalize the use of a CLM system post-merger or acquisitions
Once your company is ready to be sold your whole focus is shifted to restructuring a whole new business system. It includes certain activities which need to be taken care of such as what the company is buying and what obligations it is assuming, the nature and extent of the target company’s liabilities, contracts, litigation […]Read More →
Blend of AI with Contract Management System
Artificial Intelligence is fast becoming an essential part of the technology industry, helping solve many challenging problems. AI is the ability to make a computer program or software think smartly and intelligently as humans think. It revolves around the use of algorithms, a set of defined instructions that a mechanical computer can execute. It is […]Read More →