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January 12, 2017

Implementing Global Contracts: Global CLM demands flexibility and control
(Part 2)

In Part One of this two-part series, we explored the logistical complexity of deploying contract lifecycle management (CLM) worldwide. In Part Two, we lay out the requirements that a CLM solution will need to meet to be successful on the world stage.

A new incoming administration, Brexit, global power shifts…. The world is changing—are your contracts ready? 

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November 1, 2016

Increasing Visibility to Build Understanding

Procurement needs to be familiar with their company’s spend and purchasing habits on a very detailed level. This requires a combination of spend analysis, contract reviews and stakeholder interviews. What they must remember, however, is that procurement does not just need to increase visibility for the sake of their own understanding, but rather to increase the understanding of all decision makers in the organization.

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October 18, 2016

Enable Your Organization: Processes, Systems, and “Boundaryless Companies” in the Technological Age (Series 2 of 2)

This article was first published in the ACC Docket, August 2016.

In Part 1, we covered the idea of technology as both the catalyst for – and result of – “boundaryless” organizations, and why legal needs to embrace expertise in these integrated systems. In Part 2, we look at how people are also becoming silo-less through the power of self-service.

Employees without boundaries: Going self-service.

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October 4, 2016

Improving Insights Into Third-Party Risk (Series 4 of 4)

Reducing the Cost of Physician Self-Referrals with Better Compliance: What SIM & CLM Offer Healthcare Providers in Managing Stark Law

Physicians have been abiding by a code of ethics since antiquity. Next time you go to your doctor’s office look around and you may see the Hippocratic Oath hanging on a wall. Considered a rite of passage written by Hippocrates of Kos in the 5th century BCE, the oath requires a new physician to swear to uphold specific ethical standards.

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