As part of the legacy contract migration/data extraction series of blogs, here is the 3rd one of the series. Can I extract and track my business-specific information? But of course! In fact, 30-40% of the information that Brightleaf extracts are our clients’ business-specific information. To give an example, for a Class 1 Railroad company, we [...] Read More →
Contract Abstraction A process of "abstracting" key dates, clauses, payment terms options, and other information from a contract into data useable by a Contract Management System. This provides a concise view and saves companies precious time and resources. Furthermore, through the utilization of contract abstraction services, documents are easier to read for non-lawyers since essential [...] Read More →

Contracts are one among the difficult documents that ought to be evaluated befittingly, and if there isn’t a clear system for the solid review process in place the terms may be overlooked leaving a company in a weaker position. Across your business, whether in sales, legal, marketing, or vendor management, contracts help protect the company, […]

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Your first reaction when you see reams of paper or contract document files on your computer is often “How do I get a handle on this?”  The typical answer that comes to mind is “Let me get a system that manages contracts.” Then you start researching contract management systems vendors. Yes, that is the ultimate […]

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In my earlier blog, I had given 5 steps to choosing a CLS.  Not all CLS’s are created equal.  You may first want to see what you require to manage your contracts.  What salient information do you really have in your legacy agreements? How does it vary? What’s important to you? Do you want to […]

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