Future Proof Your CLM

Future Proof Your CLM with AI and This Webinar from Cimplifi: Contract Management Best Practices

Contract Lifecycle Management (CLM) platforms have allowed countless organizations to streamline their contract lifecycle – to a point. But some processes are still slow and expensive. This webinar from Cimplifi will show you how to future proof your CLM with AI!

Tomorrow at 1pm ET, Cimplifi will host the webinar Future Proof your CLM with AI. In this webinar, you’ll learn to harness the power of AI to simplify the complexities of your contracts and unlock insights from your data so you can do more faster across the entire contract lifecycle. Join experts Genevieve Dong of Wells Fargo, Charles Post of Cimplifi, and Brandon Rogers of DocuSign for this webinar, where you will learn:

  • How AI can help create digital playbooks within your CLM
  • How this tool can be used for your organization’s overall document lifecycle management
  • Hear from a client who has implemented AI into their CLM process
  • See a live-action demo by CLM expert, Helena McElhatton

Introducing AI into this process can result in greater visibility, more intelligent workflows, and expedited processes to mitigate risk, while simultaneously future proofing your entire document lifecycle, not just contracts. So, check it out and register for the webinar to Future Proof your CLM with AI here!

So, what do you think? Do you have challenges with contract management? If so, then attend the webinar! And please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.

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