Total contract management system control is typically provided to only a couple of individuals that need to support/control the system. In addition to having the ability toperform every contract related task, this role also provides the ability to maintain supporting information like security, creation of roles, assignment to groups etc. This would be the highest level of access.
The Contract Manager role is recommended for very active contract management users. The Contract Manager role allows the user to view contract files and information the user has been granted permissions to see. Contract Managers can also, add to and edit information within the
contract repository, create custom fields, define new contract types, and create new contract items. This includes replacement of contracts and any supporting attachments. This role enables the editing of the metadata associated with a contract, creation of tasks, linking agreements etc. The Contract Manager role can do everything except corporate security. This would be for high level users that create/delete/edit contracts.
The Contract Author role allows users to view contract files and information the user has been granted permissions to see, as well as, the ability to “add to” a new contract. A user with the Contract Author role has the ability to add attachments and notes, critical dates and other information related to a contract. Authors can view all associated information related to a Contract. This same role would typically be appropriate for the contract originator, contract reviewer and contract approver. They would not be able to define new contract types, define security, etc. This would be the most common level of access for users that actively participate in the contract/document management process.
The Contract Reader role includes the permissions to read only access to all information for contracts they are authorized to view. This normally would include the reporting options. This role is for the occasional user or a user that you do not wish to have any editing capabilities.
The Contract Guardian ALF is 80% of your monthly subscription fee or $900, whichever is greater. This fee offers key benefits to the client including:
Estimated at $2.00 per contract
An appropriate amount of pre-paid hours will be recommended based on your projected scope.
10 hours - $1,850
20 hours - $3,500 (most popular)
40 hours - $6,600
80 hours - $12,800
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functionality, while mirroring your processes and terminology. Contract Guardian can quickly be implemented to bring immediate visibility to business commitments and turn static data into actionable content. Clients see rapid and dramatic improvement in clients, employees and vendors interaction while reducing risk,
maintaining compliance and streamlining operational efficiency.
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