Il mondo giuridico è sempre più spesso chiamato a confrontarsi con le innovazioni informatiche e tecnologiche.
Di recente l’incremento e l’accelerazione dei processi di dematerializzazione e digitalizzazione dei documenti e contratti hanno posto l’attenzione sulla acquisizione della firma sui contratti e la validità della stessa.
Qual è la firma elettronica che garantisce l’autenticità e la paternità del documento? Quale tipologia di firma risulta maggiormente efficace sotto il profilo probatorio circa la riconducibilità della sottoscrizione alla parte contrattuale?
Many companies drastically underestimate the importance of contract onboarding, In fact, 22% of companies have no formal onboarding program at all, while 49% only have a partially successful process. But do you know just how detrimental unsuccessful onboarding can be? Employees become less productive, stressed, and feel disconnected from the rest of the team, while customers end up flocking to your competitors.
One way that simplified contract onboarding helps you is by increasing customer engagement. The process benefits new customers, existing ones, and company leaders alike.
‘Sign here, here and here’. Signing a contract makes me a bit tense, those are not the contracts of the future I would like to have or sign.
Contracts nowadays don’t serve people as they should. They are unnecessarily hard to write and read. The endless legalese makes them a daunting matter. Their binding power is not bulletproof.
There are 19.972 words in the iTunes terms and conditions. Shakespeare’s Macbeth has 18.100 words. When you click “I agree”, you’re saying to iTunes that you have read something longer than Macbeth.’ In short, today’s contracts do not enable optimal and risk-free decisions.
At Trakti we are crafting contracts of the future to serve people and businesses not the other way around.
We can probably agree that getting a contract written up and signed should be the easy part of a sale. A formality before the final handshake.
But is it? How familiar are you with a streamlined contract management?
The World Commerce & Contracting estimates that poor contract management costs companies an average of 40.5 hours and 9% of their annual revenue. I bet you can come up with a better use for that time and money!
Mismanaged contract workflows result in administrative bottlenecks in your sales pipeline. The extra time spent by sales, legal and operation teams writing and approving contracts adds up to your client acquisition costs. Even worse, it can kill the momentum of a sale.
Moreover, errors increase risks on liability or compliance. Missed savings opportunities and unwanted contract renewals also impact your bottom line.