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Seven Contract Management Tips for IT Managers

Randy Bishop | April 22, 2019

In an increasingly technological world, IT managers play a vital role in the success of any company. And certainly, the more that IT managers understand the roles of other departments in the enterprise, the better they can meet the organization’s needs.

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How to Improve Vendor Relationships through Contract Management

Ken Button | April 19, 2019

Let’s face it – life and business are both all about relationships, and most of those relationships require hard work and negotiation. At home, we seek common ground with partners, parents, friends, and other family members. Sometimes, it seems like a remarkable accomplishment just to convince a child to take a bath or eat one more chicken nugget (a vegetable is out of the question)!

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Legal Terms and Concepts Every Contract Manager Should Know

Randy Bishop | April 16, 2019

Contract managers come from all walks of life. Some are attorneys, some have paralegal training, and some have worked in legal departments. These employees may already have a firm grasp of legal jargon.

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What Makes a Good Contract Manager?

Randy Bishop | April 01, 2019

Top executives and managers have long realized the importance of hiring the right person for a particular job. Recognizing this fact, author and business consultant Jim Collins once said, “Great vision without great people is irrelevant.”

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Six Statistics Supporting Contract Management System (CMS) Adoption

Ken Button | March 30, 2019

We know that business managers and professionals across all industries face incredible time management challenges. On some days, it feels like two new fires erupt for every old fire we put out. Plus, vendors, salespeople, and other third parties are constantly vying for our time. They come with all kinds of claims that their products, services, or technology can ease our lives and improve the company’s processes and profitability.

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Everything You Need to Know About ContractSafe’s [AI]ssistant

Ken Button | March 26, 2019

Americans have long been fascinated by automation and the concept of artificial intelligence. In that vein, science fiction books and movies have long captured the attentions and imaginations of audiences with stories about robots, androids, spaceships, and self-driving vehicles. For those of us who have been around for a while, the transformation of some of these ideas from fiction to reality has been amazing, and the rate of innovation is only increasing.

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Your Contract Risk Management Checklist

Randy Bishop | March 20, 2019

Maximizing resources is an overarching principle in business management. Managers get excited, and justifiably so, when they can add a little revenue here and cut an expense or two there. Implicit in this endeavor is the wise and efficient use of human capital, including your own time. One way many successful people accomplish tasks and save time is through the use of checklists.  Some people are even passionate (yes!) about checklists!

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March Release Notes:  Bulk Edits, Advanced Filtering and more!

Randy Bishop | March 16, 2019

Easier Filters

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Construction and Contract Management: What You Need to Know

Randy Bishop | March 15, 2019

The construction industry arguably goes hand-in-hand with human civilization itself. In fact, anthropologists, scholars, and other scientists often study our ancient construction to better understand us, both then and now. From ancient Mayan pyramids to Stonehenge, our structures tell fascinating stories, and sometimes create new and mysterious questions.

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How to Manage Procurement Risk with Contract Management

Ken Button | March 12, 2019

Risk management professionals, in the broadest sense, must concern themselves with anything that can potentially create liability for the company or harm the company’s assets. In addition, managers throughout the organization must consider the management of risk present within their particular departments or areas of specialization.

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