We are pleased to announce the availability of our new Contract Management Solution which combines Exari’s patented Document Assembly Software with Contract Management capabilities including approval workflow, reporting and document management. The system is designed to create, store and manage your contracts all in one flexible system.
We are sponsoring a webinar with Forrester Research called, “The 4 Stages of Value from Contract Management,” on Tuesday, September 27 at 11:00am (Eastern Daylight Time). You are invited to attend this complimentary webinar, just click here to register.
In this week’s Wall Street Journal, Vanessa O’Connell writes that, “More than half of the country’s top 50 law firms may have overstated a key measure of profitability in a closely watched ranking.” The ranking of “profits per partner,” published annually by the American Lawyer magazine in May, is the most commonly used gauge of health in the $100 billion global corporate-law-firm industry.
Depending on your accounting method, you may be trying to determine your ROI (Return on Investment), TCO (Total Cost of Ownership), or simply the payback on your investment in a document assembly or document automation solution.
Did you know that one in four companies experienced unplanned losses last year due to errors in their sales contracts? This helps explain why sales contract management has become increasingly important to the overall success, profitability and risk management of companies.
Are you actually booking all of the profits that your company is entitled to? Because revenue leakage due to inadequate management of sales contracts is regularly costing companies a slice of their hard earned revenue. Do you know the full impact that revenue leakage is having on your bottom line?
With the introduction of central clearing for OTC derivatives, financial institutions will have to manage new agreements, with different business rules, in addition to the existing documentation for bilateral trading relationships.
Exari's Paul Nelmes was recently interviewed by Julia Schieffer of DerivSource and he explained how documentation will change within a Central Counterparty Clearing (CCP) environment and why financial institutions must implement efficient documentation processing methods to avoid increased legal and operational costs caused by the new market requirements.
Thanks to all of you (and there were more than 400 in-house attorneys) who completed our recent Sales Contract Survey which we conducted in conjunction with InsideCounsel Magazine.
Rees Morrison, noted law department management advisor and blogger has launched the largest benchmark survey ever done for law departments. We encourage you to join the more than 300 law departments who have already completed the General Counsel Metrics survey. All participants will receive a complimentary report of the results in July.
We are sponsoring a virtual roundtable discussion featuring a panel of leading experts who will the discuss challenges that Corporate Legal Departments face in trying to reduce risk in their sales contracts. You are invited to attend the complimentary webinar on Tuesday, June 28, 2011 at 11:00 am (EDT).