Can basic failures in contract administration such as: late payment to suppliers and sub-contractors, lack of payment notices, poor change control and lack of final account information be improved upon if the IT systems are improved? Will there be data imported into Contract Management Software? Does your vendor provide rapid time to value? Project portfolio optimization: Do you gamble or take informed risks? What third-party systems do you anticipate will be integrated with the Contract Management Solution? Defining, ...
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