Blockchain has the potential to fundamentally change the way organizations do business.
In the retail sector, blockchain is finding a lot of applications: from revolutionising loyalty programs and digitising product warranties to potentially allowing for the development of peer-to-peer marketplaces that could compete with the likes of eBay or Airbnb.
Let’s see how increase sales compliance through contract automation …
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Ask anyone in the business world about their pain points and you’ll likely hear: sales and signatory management. Updating, monitoring, and managing lists is currently a time-consuming, inefficient, and error-prone activity for suppliers and buyers alike. At the same time, the painstaking process of proper signatory management is essential for establishing and maintaining business relationships, not to mention for ensuring compliance.
Evolving your procurement strategy with relational contracts can be used to increase contract standardization and visibility across the entire supply chain – ensuring contracts are managed appropriately to secure supply and value for the organization.
Contract obligation management and controls with smart legal contracts offer a more secure and streamlined way to achieve an effective and automated contract management system.
Contract management has long been the norm for many industries looking to streamline their supplier and vendor relations. However, the process of managing contract creation, execution, and analysis has historically been plagued by inefficiencies and error due to the manual work involved. That is why we’re seeing a new standard in the form of contract obligation management and control with smart legal contracts.
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