Meeting Changing Demands in a Digital Landscape

For 95% of the world’s companies, managing contracts is done outside of the cloud on desktops, or worse, still on paper. These workflow blockades force legal to focus on administrative tasks instead of strategic growth, limiting their ability to bring in revenue. While sales and marketing organizations are growing at a rapid pace, legal remains stuck on a slower trajectory, fighting for headcount.

The answer to all these problems? Digitizing processes. A simple task that takes hours can be automated to free up the time to focus on delivering strategic value. As this strategy component grows, legal turns from a cost center to a profit center, which catches the attention of the executive suite.

Join us for Meeting Changing Demands in a Digital Landscape as we dive into the case studies of three companies and how they:

  • Digitized and automated their contract processes
  • Increased collaboration and empowered teams
  • Support growing teams, business, and meet expectations by creating efficient and effective contracting processes

Find out how modern businesses are managing their contracts to drive growth, scalability, and revenue.

Join us:

Wednesday,  August 8th
2:00pm – 2:30pm ET

Free Registration


Travis Bickham, VP of Marketing at Concord

Travis is responsible for global marketing and public relations at Concord. Prior to joining the team he held leadership roles in tech and finance in Silicon Valley and contributed to The Economist, where he wrote about business, economics, and US politics.

He’s a graduate of the University of California, Berkeley where he played four years of varsity water polo and was member of the 2007 National Championship team.

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Please note: this is a non-CLE session.
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