It's about Time...and Dates!

Randy Bishop | October 10, 2019

Happy October everyone.  We're exited to announce a few new features that have been heavily requested.  ContractSafe now allows you to include Custom Fields that are Dates, that integrate seamlessly with other dates you have entered.  Any of the Custom Dates that are part of Custom Fields can also be displayed on the Contracts List and in reporting.  Finally, you can now display all attached documents and amendments in the Contract List and reporting.

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ContractSafe included in Top 20 Contract Management Blogs List

Randy Bishop | September 30, 2019

Fun news...ContractSafe was included in the list of the Top 20 Contract Management Blogs.  We know what some of your are thinking.  There are really more than 20 blogs focused on contract management?  And someone is tracking all of them?

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Six Ways Poor Contract Management Slows Down the Contract Process

Randy Bishop | November 02, 2018

People sometimes complain that we live in a world of instant gratification, where patience is no longer a virtue. But it’s probably closer to the truth to say that today’s managers and employees work in a time that has been profoundly affected by technological innovation. Where we once sent letters or faxes, and checked our messages when we returned to the office, we’re now accessible 24/7 by computers and mobile devices.

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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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How Important is Digitalization of the Contracting Process?

Ken Button | June 19, 2018

An often-repeated statement in business and in life is: “Don’t sweat the small stuff.” Interestingly, this saying is popular with all types of managers and across most industries (OK, maybe bomb makers and nuclear engineers should sweat the small stuff.)

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