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Top 3 rated "Strong Performer"
by Forrester Q1 CLM Wave Report
Seamless Microsoft® Office integration
for ease of use
No code configurable to meet legal and business policy needs
Multi-language interface and contract
build for global enterprise deployments
Defining your requirements for a contract lifecycle management solution is an often overlooked step during the RFP process.
With so many vendors to sift through, features can start to look the same, making it easy to choose an inadequate system that won’t solve your unique organizational challenges.
But taking the time to deep dive into the top functional areas of contract management can help you shorten cycle time, maximize productivity, and increase profits.
Download this eBook for the top 10 RFP requirements that will help you:
The benefits of a contract lifecycle management (CLM) solution are clear: streamlined and automated contract workflows that eliminate bottlenecks, increase revenue, and lower risk.
However, selecting a CLM vendor can be overwhelming, considering how many vendors there are to choose from and the number of solutions that seem pretty similar on the surface.
You may want to jump right into scheduling demos, but it’s impossible to know if a vendor can meet your needs if you don’t know exactly what those needs are.
This eBook has three key areas to consider to set yourself up for selection success:
Learn how to drive CLM success – no matter the stage you’re in today – with 30 minutes of tips and discussions to ensure a positive CLM journey.
Get a live demo of CLM Matrix for a closer look at how our solution can transform the way you manage your contracts, agreements and other important documents.
And watch the webinar to dive into key questions to ask vendors – as well as internal requirements to define beforehand – to set yourself up for a successful implementation.
See for yourself. Request a demo.