Contract management can be time-consuming and tedious when left to manual processes, so businesses often implement software to help them take control of their legal documents.
Since so many companies already use SharePoint for collaboration and content management needs, it’s common for these companies to explore whether it can also serve as a contract management system. SharePoint is a great solution for those with basic file sharing and collaboration needs, while dedicated contract management software offers its own set of benefits geared towards helping legal teams store, manage, track, and report on corporate agreements.
SharePoint and contract management software are two very different solutions that solve for very different needs, and understanding those differences is essential when addressing the specific pain points facing an organization. After reading Legal Tech Guide: Choosing SharePoint or Contract Management Software, you should have a better idea of where SharePoint stands out, and some of the specific scenarios that call for dedicated contract management software.
Download this Guide to learn more about:
The different business problems that SharePoint and contract management software are designed to address
Specific strengths of each type of software
Scenarios where SharePoint and contract management software can be used together
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