A contract provides the legal basis by which two or more parties agree to engage with one another. Signed with customers, vendors, partners, employees, and advisors, contracts document the terms and conditions by which a business or legal relationship exists. The process of creating, managing and renewing contracts is one which is vital to all organizations.
Corridor’s flagship project, Contract Management for SharePoint or
CM[.app], focuses on all aspects of the contract lifecycle - from creation to obligation. With support for contract creation, negotiation, automated redlining, and e-signature (or hardcopy signature) support,
CM[.app] provides a full tool set to negotiate and sign contracts faster and more efficiently. Once signed,
CM[.app] readily facilitates obligation tracking, reporting, customized notifications and record retention schedules to ensure compliance and proactive management of contractual obligations and opportunities.
Applicable for both customer (sell side) and vendor contracts (buy side),
CM[.app] introduces efficiencies to the contract lifecycle process while reducing the risks associated with non compliance and missed obligations.
Delivered locally or in the Cloud,
CM[.app] leverages the power of the SharePoint platform. With 3 distinct "launch" packages,
CM[.app] can be implemented in the way that best fits your organization.
Key components of functionality within
l Regional Language Support
Workflow l Collaboration
Automatic Redlining & Comparison Capabilities
l Internal and External Negotiation with Counterparties
Email Check In-Check Out to SharePoint
l Status & Updates
Content Extraction l Notifications
cm[.app] l (noun) 1: contract management business [.app] which automates all aspects of the contract negotiation, management and obligation fulfillment process 2. includes specific functionality for contract creation, clause insertion, collaboration & workflow, e-Signature and reporting 3. can be delivered locally or in the Cloud 4. offered as a subscription of perpetual license with three distinct implementation options