By: Editorial Staff, Date: July 19th, 2022

Effective contract management is pivotal for modern businesses, no matter the size. From the early planning stages until the renewal, managing contracts is integral in dealing with stakeholders like clients, workers, and customers.

Hence, to eliminate compliance risks and achieve greater efficiency, companies must discover how contract management systems work and why there’s a need to establish one.

What Exactly Is CLM?

 Contract Lifecycle Management, or CLM, is the process of monitoring and managing business contracts from the negotiations and execution as well as the renewal or expiry stage. This efficient and methodical management system is achieved through the use of CLM software solutions.

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Click here to join our upcoming LIVE Webcast: How to Develop Contract Lifecycle Management: Strategies and Techniques for Improved Workflow on Thursday, July 21, 2022, from 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm (ET).

What Is a CLM Software?

A CLM software/ solution aims to digitize and streamline the entire contract lifecycle management process. It may contain several functionalities including advanced analytics, contract metrics, and AI integration.

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How Malbek Can Help

Malbek provides cutting-edge contract management software solutions that help organizations struggling with large amounts of contract data.

From Finance and Sales to Legal and Procurement units, Malbek’s CLM solution integrates automation and artificial intelligence to eliminate manual tasks, speed up approvals, and streamline contract processes. To learn more, visit!

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