We are pleased to announce that Lloyd’s, the world’s specialist insurance market (formerly known as Lloyd’s of London), has included Exari as a technology vendor in its new Tools and Resources Guide. The Resources can be found on the Lloyd’s website under “The Market” section. You can see Exari’s listing here.
Will implementing a contract management solution improve your bottom line? Does document assembly software speed up your time to contract? Which solution is most cost effective for your document types?
We will be exhibiting Exari Document Assembly and Contract Management solutions at two upcoming industry conferences. If you'll be attending either, please stop by to say hello and see what's new. If you haven't yet registered and would like to attend, we can provide you with discount codes.
CLM or Contract Lifecycle Management refers to the entire process of creating, negotiating, managing and analyzing your contracts. The term applies whether or not your contracts process is automated. There is complete CLM software, like Exari, and there are standalone software systems that automate one or more steps.
The first step in choosing a document assembly system is to understand the various types of documents that you need to automate. Once you understand your documents, you can match the system to your needs. Essentially there are 3 categories of documents.
Usually we use this blog to bring you the latest information about document assembly and contract management. But today we would like to share with you a recent experience shared by our team. We feel that it's important for us as a company to build a corporate culture of innovation and to give back to our community.
A recent survey of more than 100 general counsel at American companies conducted by Corporate Counsel, in partnership with ALM Legal Intelligence, revealed that compliance and cost are the primary issues concerning general counsel in 2012.
If you're a regular reader of this blog, you probably know that we recently conducted our second Corporate Counsel Contracts Survey at the Association of Corporate Counsel Annual Meeting. The results have been tabulated and the report is now available. You can request your complimentary copy here.
We recently conducted our second Corporate Counsel Contracts Survey at the Association of Corporate Counsel Annual Meeting. The survey was a follow-up to one we conducted in 2009, and explores a variety of issues affecting the contracts process, the level of adoption of document assembly software and the most common methods of contract management.