Webinar: The 5 Scariest Questions Your CEO Could Ask About Your Contracts
Exari to host a free webinar for legal, compliance and operations professionals interested in the many benefits of contract management
Boston, May 27, 2015 – Exari, the leading provider of cloud-based contract lifecycle management solutions, is offering a free webinar on Thursday, May 28 at 11am EDT to discuss how companies organize, access and gain insight into their contracts. The webinar, titled “The 5 Scariest Questions Your CEO Could Ask About Your Contracts,” will be led by Exari co-founder and Chief Product Officer, Jamie Wodetzki. Legal, compliance and operations professionals seeking to learn more about how improving contract management will result in meaningful benefits should attend.
The webinar will explore how Exari’s newest offering, Exari Contracts Hub™, helps to answer the scariest contract questions. This innovative solution will benefit companies suffering from revenue leakage, wasted time and risk blindness due to outdated and manual contract management. Come hear what can go wrong when important contract data is not easily and immediately accessible and how the Hub can transform contracting into a streamlined process that benefits the company’s bottom line.
CEO of IACCM, Tim Cummins, said, “Organizations are discovering that improved contract management yields major financial returns. Gaining visibility is a critical step. Having all contracts in one central, searchable and secure repository provides control and insight into this essential area of business activity.”
WHAT: The 5 Scariest Questions Your CEO Could Ask About Your Contracts
WHEN: Thursday, May 28th, 11AM EDT; approx 45 mins plus time for Q&A
WHO: Jamie Wodetzki, Co-Founder and Chief Product Officer at Exari
HOW: To register, click here
Exari is a market-leading Contract Lifecycle Management platform that unifies the processes of generating, managing and analyzing expansive document and contract portfolios. Exari solutions are used by hundreds of thousands of users worldwide. Exari is headquartered in Boston with offices in London, Melbourne and Munich. Learn more at www.exari.com.