“The greatest danger in times of turbulence is not turbulence itself, but to act with yesterday’s logic” – Peter Drucker
Traditional, manual contracting and repetitive processes do not work in today’s fast-paced business world! Rote processes are being rapidly transformed by machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI). These technologies will automate repetitive processes and empower your knowledge workers to focus on more strategic tasks.
So in these turbulent times, ask yourself:
Are we prepared for the pace of change?
To get better clarity, listen to a live recording of a Webinar – The New World in AI-Powered Contracts presented August 21, 2018, by Tim Cummins and Jason Gabbard. They offer realistic solutions to issues surrounding questions you might be asking, like:
- What are the greatest benefits of AI within
contractand commercial management (CCM)?
- How can we determine if our organization is ready to implement AI?
- Which manual processes typically must be automated?
- What types of documentation can we automate or is essential to automate and why?
- How can we use AI to drive compliance across all departments and increase collaboration?
- Can we improve efficiency and
reducEerrors with key AI technology and machine learning?
- What specific AI or machine learning apps should we consider investing in?
The future is now. Customers have new expectations that demand faster results. In the new world of AI, every industry is transforming to gain strategic advantage. The old way we track contracts is suited to a world that no longer exists. Within that, what kind of world are you building?
ABOUT OUR PRESENTERS
Jason Gabbard, Attorney and Head of AI Strategy at CONGA joined AI Strategy at Conga with the acquisition of Counselytics. He was the founder and chief executive officer of Counselytics, a New York City-based technology company focused on contract discovery and intelligence. He began his career with Cravath, Swaine & Moore in New York, where he worked on a variety of transactions, including IPOs, mergers, stock and asset acquisitions and sales, joint ventures, and debt issuances.
Tim Cummins, as President of IACCM, works with leading corporations, public and academic bodies, supporting executive awareness and understanding of the role that procurement, contracting and relationship management increasingly play in