When evaluating a new contract management system, many businesses are concerned about implementation. Icertis has a well-earned reputation for rapid deployment.
Today’s global enterprises compete in a marketplace fraught with economic uncertainty and stringent regulations. Producing products and services, and moving them to market, depends upon an intricate network of business relationships that includes suppliers, customers, and employees.
To ensure compliance, companies must include necessary privacy terms and clauses as defined by the GDPR regulation into their customer or partner agreements. They will also need to manage a new set of obligations related to how data is stored, managed, shared and transferred, especially when such activities are conducted with partners or third parties.
Understand the priorities for every business function — and how the Icertis Contract Management (ICM) platform meets those challenges. Whether it’s the CFO, the chief legal officer, or someone from procurement, sales or IT; every stakeholder has a unique set of requirements.
Real-world examples of how leading companies were able to minimize risk, reduce costs and realize the full potential of their contractual relationships. The companies featured here come from a wide variety of industries, yet they share many of the same challenges.
ERP is a technology strategy that integrates a set of business functions, such as finance, HR, and purchasing, with operational aspects, such as manufacturing or distribution, through tight linkages from operational business transactions to financial records. If you are planning to implement an ERP system, there are multiple areas to consider.
Digital Transformation may be defined in a number of different ways by analysts or enterprise software vendors. But at its heart is the idea that as we use more digital technologies, those technologies change the way we live and, more pointedly, the way we conduct commerce and do business. Businesses are introducing new technologies in innovative ways to reduce cost, create new revenue opportunities and improve the customer experience.
Field service organizations are looking for new innovative ways to maximize operational efficiency and reduce operational costs. This change has created a fundamental shift in the industry, from expectations through to functionality and approach. As product-based companies move towards a service-based performance model, the shift from commoditization to servitization has become more evident as the way forward.
To better understand how trade/specialty contractors currently use technology to manage their service organizations, we conducted a study of 200 trade contractor executives. In it, current aftermarket field service practices and gaps were revealed.
Construction and contracting customers today are demanding complete through-life service for their assets. Because customers want more than just asset delivery, asset owners are undergoing a change of mindset, looking to performance-based relationships that model whole-life costs and deliver guaranteed outcomes.