How to Buy The “Right” Contract Management Software

The term “contract management” means many different things to many different marketers and software vendors, so before you purchase a contact management solution, you need to know what the term “contract management” implies and what functionality each contract management solution actually offers.

To help you sort out this (sometimes intentionally) confusing mess, LinkSquares has composed our latest eBook: The 3 Types of Contract Management Software (and How to Buy Them).

In “The 3 Types of Contract Management Software (and How to Buy Them)”, we break down the three main categories of contract management solutions, how they differ, where they commonly overlap, and what types of contract management needs each type of software is best suited to address.

Is DocuSign a contract management tool? How about Salesforce, or Microsoft SharePoint? What does it take for a solution to actually qualify as contract management software, and how do you separate actual legal team-worthy functionality from marketing hype? With the help of “The 3 Types of Contract Management Software (and How to Buy Them)”, you’ll be able to distinguish between “generic” document management software repackaged for legal teams, and actual contract management software that solves real legal-related business problems.

“The 3 Types of Contract Management Software (and How to Buy Them)” also helps you evaluate which of the tried and true legal software solutions on the market are best suited to meet your specific contract management needs.

If you’re ready to begin your contract management software evaluation process, download The 3 Types of Contract Management Software (and How to Buy Them) now.

And if you want to evaluate the best contract analysis solution — and the lynchpin of risk management for any contract workflow — contact LinkSquares today.

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