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As a business owner, you will have to reach agreements with specific individuals and organizations. Contracts will have to be signed and managed. You will find CLM software very handy, as it eases the entire process of contract management from start to finish. The Benefits of Data-Driven CLM The CLM software comes with a contract data management system that allows you to have efficient documentation of contracts. It also helps you in monitoring your business…
As a business owner, it is only natural that you are always on the lookout for ways to improve your business. In the present day, a lot of companies are turning to automated document assembly as a means of staying competitive and taking their growth to the next level. What Is a Document Assembly? Document assembly (also known as document automation) is a software that allows you to generate electronic documents with the aid of…
Why Parley Pro? I am passionate about automation in the workflow management space. Parley Pro addresses a very vital part of the contract lifecycle management workflow and I’m excited to be a part of the innovation! Fun Facts About Graham I have taught myself how to make smoked barbecue meats due to a lack of barbecue in the North East. My spirit animal is a cheetah because they move fast and are efficient in the…
The adequate management of contracts is essential for the smooth running of a business. Contracts are too important to be processed and stored manually. This is why lots of companies are now going digital. In recent years, contract lifecycle management software has transformed how businesses manage their contracts. Factors Leading to the Digital Transformation of Contract Management Several factors may lead you to transform your contract management system digitally. Some of them are: Increased Speed…
In the past few years, more business processes than we could have imagined have become digitized. There is more software being developed to help make these processes more accessible, faster, and cheaper. Digital signature software is one of the many to gain popularity in recent years. What is Digital Signature Software? A digital signature is a modern alternative to a wet signature that allows clients to sign on documents to prove their identity. Whenever a…
Parley Pro is excited to announce that The National Law Journal (NLJ) has recognized our company as an Honoree in the 2020 edition of Emerging Legal Technologies! This is a special supplement developed by the business arm of The National Law Journal dedicated to highlighting leading technology companies that are changing the way that law firms and legal departments operate. This year Parley Pro’s unique software is recognized as an agent of change helping to…
COVID-19 has created new work realities for legal professionals who require enhanced remote communication skills, much like those I developed during my first months as a new legal leader at a global organization.  In that role, I worked extensively with Kim, a lawyer in the company’s APAC legal division. Kim’s workday in Japan was ending just as mine in California began. Initially, I knew Kim only through her succinctly written emails and documents. As…
With so many contract lifecycle management software systems on the market today, it’s worth investigating before you purchase so that you can ensure the best fit for your business. Here we offer insights on the benefits of CLM software, as well as tips on signing with a CLM provider so that you can best capitalize on your CLM software investment. Understanding CLM Contract Lifecycle Management (CLM) software is a system that manages and organizes your…
We aren’t big enough for a CLM system. Our data would be at risk. We’re too new … Cast aside your doubts by examining the benefits of Contract Lifecycle Management (CLM) software (also known as contract management systems). Discover how CLM can transform your work, no matter your business size or needs. The CLM Myths First, let’s look closely at some of the most common contract management system myths. How did these myths originate, and…
Attorneys often refer to contracts as “paper.” As in: Whose “paper” are we using—the seller’s or the buyer’s? What does our legacy “paper” tell us about contractual language and the clauses we have employed? If we need to amend contracts because regulations changed, how will we “re-paper” everything? There is an obvious reason for this shorthand. Until recently, most contracts were drafted, swapped and signed on actual paper exchanged between the parties. In the alternative,…