AI-based contract negotation and Analysis
Enabling New Benchmarks in Efficiency and Insight
Duration: 60 minutes
In 2019, the corporate benchmarks for contract efficiency remained stagnant for the 10th year in a row. In 2020 the efficiency benchmark is going to start changing; 2019's best-practices will become 2020's minimum standards thanks to new technology that can improve your contract negotiation speed, reduce review costs, and lower the risk profile of third-party paper.
Much as ERP systems revolutionized business operations, artificial intelligence (AI) is ushering in a radical change in how contractual data will impact business decisions. Seal's focused legal AI, with intuitive interfaces embedded in the tools you use every day - including Microsoft® Word, can eliminate friction and democratize contract data to drive transformation.
Join David Silbert, Director Contract Negotiation at Seal Software, to see this exciting new technology in action, and to learn how you can make a case for your organization to up-level your contract efficiency benchmarks.
In this webinar we will discuss:
- Why procurement is going digital and how to measure success
- How AI-enhanced contract negotiation reduces time to execute contracts
- Creating a business case to enhance your contract efficiency benchmarks
Head of Partnerships and Digital Engagement
Steve Hall is head of Partnerships and Digital Engagement. He has previously led the Content and Community team at Procurement and is the former editor of Procurement Leaders Magazine, developing content across print and digital platforms. Steve combines a background in journalism with experience in building award-winning products for a global community of procurement executives. He draws on more than a decade in digital publishing, providing quality coverage to senior business leaders.
Director - Practice Lead
David Silbert is a Director – Practice Lead at Seal Software where he designs and implements client solutions. Prior to Seal, David served as a Director with Apogee Legal and practiced law at Norton Rose Fulbright and King & Spalding focusing on private equity and capital markets transactions as well as complex commercial litigation for clients in the financial services, energy, and real estate industries. Before attending law school at Northwestern University, he worked for the U.S. Department of Justice in the Legal Policy Section of the Antitrust Division studying the interplay between intellectual property and antitrust law.
Head of Research
Geri is responsible for the creation of the Procurement Leaders research methodology, ensuring it's a consistent framework across all content output andbringing a greater standardisation to our entire research process. Geri is keen to drive excellence in all of her work and with quality through all of our research activities and outputs.
Geri started at PL in January 2019 as Principal Analyst, after relocating to the UK from Brisbane, Australia. Before joining PL she has enjoyed a successful career in strategy consulting and advisory as well as in-depth research roles, bringing valuable expertise in many key areas including customer experience and design thinking.