The Future of Contract Management Software

Randy Bishop | December 27, 2018

Bold predictions for the future have long captured American imaginations, and there’s no shortage of people willing to share their opinions, especially at this time of year. Serious prognostications are needed to help formulate future strategies in government, business, education, and other endeavors. On the other hand, some predictions are less earnest, designed to entertain or excite the imagination.

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Contract Management 101: Frequently Asked Questions

Randy Bishop | November 24, 2018

Would you consider yourself a trendsetter, always wearing the latest fashions or the newest hair styles? Or perhaps an innovator or early adopter, always surfing at the front end of the technology wave. If so, congratulations – you’re in rarefied air. But most of us need a little coaxing (or even convincing).

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How Technology Can Make Your Contracts Smarter

Ken Button | October 08, 2018

Technological innovation seems to be making everything smarter these days. From smartphones to talking speakers, one can’t help but sometimes wonder what the future holds. Perhaps even more amazing is the mind-boggling pace at which things are changing.

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What is OCR, and Why is it Important in Contract Management?

Randy Bishop | October 04, 2018

The following blog was originally published on G2 Crowd.

Like many technical terms, optical character recognition – or OCR – actually describes a fairly straightforward concept.

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Artificial Intelligence and Contract Management: What You Need to Know

Ken Button | July 17, 2018

Artificial Intelligence, commonly known as “AI,” is a topic now discussed more frequently than ever before in the United States and around the world. The concept was once a far-fetched, fictional idea, popular with science fiction writers and television and movie producers. But as time passed, the possibilities became more realistic, leading to interesting technological, theological, cultural, and business discussions. Some people welcome AI, where others fear it will take over the world.

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