HOW CONTRACT ANALYTICS HELP SUPPLY CHAIN CONTINUITY DURING DISRUPTIONS
Duration: 60 minutes
In only the last five years, we’ve seen natural disasters, Brexit, more cybersecurity breaches, trade wars, pandemics like COVID-19 and more. The increasing frequency of disruptive global events makes it clear that responding to supply chain interruptions is a new norm of the modern business landscape. Incidents like these—often covered by force majeure clauses or materials adverse change provisions—require procurement professionals to efficiently and effectively review existing agreements, analyze provisions in real-time to evaluate the company’s exposure and determine any necessary actions. To do this, companies need to invest in contract analytics as a core competency. It allows procurement professionals to manage contracts proactively and become a strategic value driver for the business.
Join experts from DocuSign and Seal Software to learn how to:
- Use contract analytics to analyze a full range of procurement contract provisions in a fraction of the time of traditional manual review.
- Leverage AI-powered insights to facilitate triage, risk mitigation, and decision-making processes.
- Build a central repository of contract data to identify risks, find cost-saving opportunities and provide rapid responses to inquiries and sudden changes.
Stuart Brock is a Director at Seal Software where he helps lead Seal's financial services programs. He is a licensed attorney who practiced law at a top national firm for some 10 years before moving in-house at Bank of America. During his tenure with Bank of America. During his tenure with Bank of America, Stuart held various roles within the Legal, Compliance and Procurement organizations.
As Director of Product Marketing at DocuSign, Hal Marcus focuses on AI and analytics solutions that transform the way agreements happen. A graduate of the University of Michigan Law School, Hal has served as an Am Law 100 law firm litigator, general counsel, and sales, marketing, and product management leader at companies like Thomson Reuters, OpenText, and LexisNexis. Hal is a frequent industry speaker on “smart contracts,” contract AI, and other innovative legal technologies, as well as the author of works published by Legaltech News, the Corporate Counsel Business Journal, ILTA, and the American Bar Association.