Information Management leveraging Contract DNA™

Contracts are used for all areas of business from employing staff, engaging with contractors, defining purchasing arrangements with Suppliers, leasing offices and infrastructure through to the Terms and Conditions you provide with the services to your customers.

The core structure of a contract being clauses and paragraphs contain the business terms and conditions pertaining to the myriad of agreements your business engages in with various parties. Additionally information such as the parties, key dates, signatories, subject matter and reporting requirements are held within these clauses and paragraphs and although can be referred to in the same generic terms convey extremely different risk profiles for your business based on the context in which they are incorporated into a document and what terminations and penalties have been included for non performance, missed reporting obligations, or breach conditions.

It is one thing to say here are the key dates and people in your contract it is another to;

  • contextualize those dates onto Risk Management or Vendor Management plans based on classification of the document
  • link the external or internal contracted parties to people or entity profiles that hold additional information including key dates such as operating license or certification expirations
  • link the document to regulatory requirements where applicable that have additional dates for external compliance obligations
  • provide visibility of relevant business policies to people who interact with the information related to the contract
  • provide rollup date visibility and horizon planning
  • provide vendor rollup and linked party mapping for higher level visibility of contractual relationships

Organize Your Information

Volume based pricing with clear usage visibility to provide expense transparency and help you achieve your business goals