29th January 2019 | Time: 1.30 PM ET

4 Contract Management Best Practices to Unlock Value

Speakers: Arthur Raguette | Tim Cummins

Most industries have a large portion of their spending locked in numerous contracts. According to McKinsey, companies in utilities, aerospace, defense, and food manufacturing can have 90 percent or more of their annual revenues represented in contracts. With such significant value locked in contracts, there is a huge potential to optimize contracting processes for improved business performance.

With standardized contracting processes and best practices in place, contracts can be turned into high-value power machines enabling massive cost savings and immense benefits for any organization. They can be an effective tool for the legal and contract management teams to unlock maximum potential and value from the contracts.

  • Cultivate a contract repository
  • Standardize contract processes
  • Measure contract performance
  • Track cost of contract management

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    Topic: 4 Contract Management Best Practices to Unlock Value

    29th January 2019 | Time: 1.30 PM ET


    Arthur Raguette

    Arthur Raguette

    Cofounder & Executive Vice President, Ultria

    Mr. Raguette is very passionate about the application of innovative technologies to solve real-world business problems with a strong emphasis on enterprise solutions. Arthur has more than two decades of experience in working in Information Governance domains across industries. Arthur’s prior technology passions included high-performance B2B middleware, SaaS deployed master data governance platforms and hybridized SaaS applications for HR, and Employee domains.

    Tim Cummins

    President, IACCM



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