Contract management systems can be defined as the digital equivalent of a filing cabinet. Contract Management Software (CMS) is used to store and organize contract creation, execution, and analysis to maximize operational and financial performance at an organization, all while reducing financial risk.
Apttus offers an end-to-end Quote-to-Cash solution that streamlines all Middle Office business processes, eliminates manual tasks, keeps all stakeholders informed, collapses sales and contract cycle times, reduces risk, and maximizes revenue yield.
Conga Contracts (formerly Novatus) automates the entire contract life cycle management, enabling legal teams to draft, negotiate, approve, store, and analyze every agreement.
iManage Work includes features such as personalized search, document timelines and intelligent worklists. In addition, iManage’s acquisition of the RAVN AI-engine has integrated AI into a document management system.
IronClad automates the way legal contracts are created and managed. The platform makes contracts self-service, tracks progress and approvals, manages tasks across team members, and captures key contract data in a searchable database.
Concord automates, streamlines, and simplifies the contract process, making it easier to buy, sell, and manage everything in your business. It connects people, processes, and documents in one place, and manages all contracts, at every stage, including negotiation, all in one platform.
ContractWorks provides legal teams with a searchable repository that allows them to execute, track, and report on agreements. Features include electronic signature, ai-auto tagging, contract annotation with highlighting, milestone notifications, custom reporting parameters, an audit log, and OCR search.
Icertis product portfolio consists of four layers: the core Icertis Contract Management platform; ICM Business and AI applications that address specific business challenges; ICM Experiences that embed the power of the ICM platform within common software; and the ICM Blockchain Framework, which creates networks of internet-enabled contracts.