Generative AI is everywhere these days. And, while some of what you see and hear is hype, the truth is generative AI is here to stay and there are a lot of very real use cases, especially for legal professionals like in-house counsel.
The MIM Software legal team, led by GC Alex Jorgensen began its quest for a contract modernization around 2020, and at first Google Drive seemed like a good way to go. After two years of muddling through this method, Alex was once again looking for a better solution to MIM’s contract management challenges. That’s when Alex heard about Pramata.
A surprising number of tech implementations fail. Whatever the reason, it’s rare for customers to report a truly positive and uneventful implementation experience. Rare, that is, unless you have the Pramata platform. Nick Schultz, Pramata Customer Success Manager shares 5 ways Pramata makes it radically simple to get up and running fast!
There’s a lot to learn when it comes to contract management systems, especially if you’re a beginner. When you’re working with contracts, you likely don’t have a lot of time or mental energy to devote to learning a new technology. We understand how complex the world of contract management systems can be. Here, we’re going to break down the basics and provide you with a solid foundation of best contract management practices.
If you work in legal ops, you’ve got your hands full. Likely, more than full. You’re charged with everything from managing budgets and controlling costs to finding and implementing a legal tech stack. You live in a world of processes, workflows, and efficiency improvements. So why don’t traditional CLMs deliver on their promises to make your life easier?
When Catholic Health faced a significant price jump with the contract management system it had been using since 2006, the search for a new solution began. End users at the company were ready for a modern contract management solution, but worried about the complicated process and down time required to migrate the contracts from their legacy CLM system.