EASY CONTRACT – CONTRACT MANAGEMENT

EASY CONTRACT makes managing and processing contracts faster, more efficient and more reliable. Information and attachments are uniformly and completely available to all authorized users. Deadlines, terminations or extensions are automatically monitored. Delegating tasks and absence management ensures proper contract processing at any time. Detailed write and read permissions protect from improper use of your confidential contract documents.

EASY CONTRACT can be used across platforms and is open to other systems. It can be customized individually to existing system architecture, database structures, and workflow processes. It is easy to use and intuitive.

FROM ENQUIRIES TO CONTRACT IN NO TIME

EASY CONTRACT provides standardized templates, e.g. for lease, purchase and service contracts. Its cross-team document management feature ensures speed during versioning, checkin/checkout and ad hoc distribution. Moreover, EASY CONTRACT ensures compliance of default approval workflows across sites, and minimizes otherwise customary loss of time.

OVERVIEW THROUGH A SMART DOCUMENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

Through storing contracts and their associated documents in the central document management system provide versatile search and retrieval options, e.g. via full text search. Centralized storage allows concise administration of access rights. Revision-proof archiving of contract documents can be largely automated through the document management system.

AUTOMATICALLY MONITOR PAYMENT DEADLINES

The EASY CONTRACT tool for deadline control allows defining multiple deadlines including pre-deadlines in each contract. The expiration dates are monitored, with a multi-level escalation procedure starting once they are exceeded. An additional security feature enables absence management for your employees’ absence times.

RELIABLE LIQUIDITY PLANNING

EASY CONTRACT provides effective instruments for valid liquidity planning. For instance, you can create multiple payment schedules per contract. EASY CONTRACT differentiates between budget and target figures; it yields aggregate reports of payment schedules on multiple contracts and contract types.