On-demand

Duration: 60 Minutes

There’s too much on our plates. There are not enough hours in the day. Quarter end is around the corner and there is a number to achieve. The data is stuck in another system as is the dread to manually extract it. And the emails, updates, and pivots keep coming and coming. These are pressures that come to mind when management cries for “more efficiency!” yet progress remains difficult to realize. This session will explore both the art and science of crafting more efficient workflows for contracting teams.

Join us as we take a deep dive on practical practices and tools to consider to achieve better outcomes across your enterprise’s contracting processes and to make efficiency less elusive.

  • Aaron Mockridge, Manager, Contract Lifecycle Management, Gordon Food Service

  • Claudio Pinto, Senior Director Business Network Partnerships, SAP Ariba

  • Paul Branch, Chief Technology Officer, World Commerce & Contracting

  • Bernadette Bulacan, Vice President, Lead Evangelist, Icertis

In this webcast, we'll discuss: 

  • Key considerations for how to choose, configure, and integrate disparate technologies with enterprise CLM systems;

  • The importance of assembling a team of key stakeholders across the organization in Legal, Finance, Procurement, and more in connection with these contracting workflows; and

  • How to measure efficiencies and KPIs to showcase the value of the contracting across the business.

Speakers

Aaron Mockridge

Manager, Contract Lifecycle Management

Gordon Food Service

Claudio Pinto

Senior Director, Business Network Partnerships

SAP Ariba

Paul Branch

Chief Technology Officer

World Commerce & Contracting

Bernadette Bulacan

Vice President, Lead Evangelist

Icertis

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