Contracts are really long and dense — seemingly longer and denser with each passing year.
So contract management can become an overwhelming responsibility for a law firm or a law department, existing as a business unit of a larger business.
The good news is that modern contract management software can lighten the load, with new features you may not even know about.
That’s why on this episode of the Non-Eventcast, we invited in several guests to discuss what today’s contract management software looks like: Vishal Shunak of LinkSquares, Colin Levy of Malbek, Daniel Barnes of Gatekeeper, and Shashank Bijapur of SpotDraft.
But, first — let’s talk animal attacks! (Each of our guests discusses their scariest animal encounters.) We won’t tell you who, but someone was actually slapped by a monkey (3:23).
Then, we’re on to more important things, as the group discusses how to build effective processes for contract management (17:56).
Next, we addressed the creation and maintenance of templates, and how to standardize language in contracts (28:08). Then, everybody highlights one underutilized feature of contract management software (37:35).
You know, nobody likes to keep track of deadlines and contract-based responsibilities. (Gag me with a spoon, right?)
But, you don’t have to anymore, since properly implemented software can manage all of that for you — so you can get back to your chocolate croissant.
Find out how to best utilize contract management software as a lawyer in this engaging episode.
And while you’re here, feel free to check out our Contract Automation & Engagement Management Buyer’s Guide to see just how easy an upgrade can be.
Jared Correia, a consultant and legal technology expert, is the host of the Non-Eventcast, the featured podcast of the Above the Law Non-Event for Tech-Perplexed Lawyers.
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