Category: Data extraction
Transforming contract management process with NLP
CEO Blog 8: What are the best practices for legacy contract migration/data extraction?
Not sure where to start? We’ve curated the best legacy contract migration/data extraction practices to get you started It’s important to cover the best practices, partially covered in the previous blogs. 1. Decide which contracts you want to migrate 2. Decide what data points you want to report on across a set of these legacy contracts 3. Set […]Read More →
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 5: I have 300k documents! What do I migrate into a new CLM system?
Again, a frequently asked and pertinent question This is the fifth of a ten-part series on contract migration and related data extraction, which will help your legal teams gain a better understanding of the information included in all of your contracts. The first reaction is that EVERY document and EVERY data point needs to be […]Read More →
CEO Blog 4: Can AI software handle it all?
This is the fourth of a ten-part series on contract migration and related data extraction, which will help your legal teams gain a better understanding of the information included in all of your contracts. This is the most asked, if not, assumed (as yes) question! And a very pertinent one. AI Software is a necessary condition […]Read More →
CEO Blog 3: Can I extract and track my business specific information?
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 →
Contract Intelligence is the key to greater transparency into your contractual terms
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 →
Why do we manage contracts?
To continue operating profitably is always the primary focus of any enterprise. In today’s competitive corporate environment, the ability to effectively manage contracts is essential to surviving in the marketplace and achieving success. At different points in our lives, each of us would have or will, without exception, sign a contract. However, have we ever […]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 →
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 →
Embrace contract management with cloud technologies
2020 was an extremely challenging year for industries. Everything went virtual, customers have shifted from physical stores to online portals for daily needs, and people meeting, learning, exercising, and even dating have gone virtual. Cloud computing has come a long way in providing organizations with better and more efficient ways to manage their businesses. COVID-19 […]Read More →