One of the most important areas of focus for companies that want to manage uncertainty, mitigate risk and eliminate obstacles to competitiveness is implementation. After all, the success of any CLM implementation will play out over time in terms of adoption and value creation. There are some common concerns expressed by companies facing an Contract implementation according to Olivier, and they usually include questions are system features and functionality, how the IT organization will be impacted, and whether or not the implementation can be completed on schedule. While these are all valid concerns, they may obscure the areas where procurement should really be focusing – and unintentionally limiting their own success.
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