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Contract Management – Quick Implementation
It never gets less exciting when a new client comes on board. Clients are eager to get started playing with their new contract management system, and our IT support team can’t wait to show them all the tools, tips and tricks to using the software.
What’s the quickest way to the contract management system implemented and your team up and running on it? Unlike other products, ConvergePoint Contract Management software takes days or weeks, not months, to implement — and really, it’s up to you and your team’s schedule.
To ensure you have the smoothest, fastest Contract Lifecycle Management implementation:
The most important key to successful contract management software implementation is getting the buy-in from both your legal team and IT team. Encourage them to play with it, use it and ask questions about it so they can become more comfortable with the system.
Want to learn how else you can quickly attain your contract management goals? Contact us with your questions or download our free How-to Guide: Successfully Establish a Contract Management System.
After investing time and resources creating these policies, make sure employees read, understand and apply them to their daily job responsibilities! How? Read the Guide on How to Ensure Employee Accountability & Compliance through Effective Policy Management.
Manage employee and teacher contracts, sponsorship deals, city and state regulations, and partnerships.
Manage supplier and vendor contracts, employee and staff contracts, distribution contracts, and facility leasing and ownership contracts.
Comply with HIPAA, HITECH, ICD 9, ICD 10, and FDR CFR regulations for contract management, and handle active directory contracts for your organization.
Comply with SEC, FDIC, FINRA, OCC, CFTC, and Federal Reserve regulations on contracts, handle employee contracts, and partnership deals
Create and manage employee contracts, improve organizational transparency, reduce risk factors, and mitigate lawsuits.
Abide by local, regional, state and federal regulations, manage contractor information, develop third-party outsourced contracts, and handle facility agreements.
Comply with FAA, DOT, FMCSA, FRA and FTA regulations for contracts, outline contracts for drivers and vendors, and reduce potential risks.