Boston, MA (PRWEB) September 15, 2009
Dow Jones, DLA Piper and Exari are co-hosting a free webinar entitled, “How sales teams can reduce the time and expense of closing deals by 50%.” The webinar is on Thursday, September 24, 2009 at 1:00 PM EDT (US) and is open to the public. Click here to register.
The webinar will be presented by Mitchell Mackler, Assistant General Counsel, Dow Jones & Co; David Jensen, Director of IT and Knowledge Management, DLA Piper LLP; and Terry Lee, President of Exari. Topics include how to: automate the entire sales cycle from NDA to contract; reduce cost and risk; increase compliance with corporate processes.
Attendees will learn how:
- Dow Jones reduced the time it takes salespeople to get a first draft contract to their customer from several days to one half-hour.
- DLA Piper helped their clients streamline contracting processes and reduce the time and expense spent on sales contracts.
- To empower sales staffs to create their own compliant contracts in minutes and leverage additional benefits from Salesforce.com.
Who Should Attend?
- Sales Teams
- Sales Operations Leaders
- Corporate Legal Departments
- Compliance and Risk Management Officers
For more information visit Sales Contract Automation Webinar.
Dow Jones & Company is the world’s leading global provider of business content, research and services. The company publishes The Wall Street Journal, Barron's, MarketWatch and the Far Eastern Economic Review.
DLA Piper is one of the largest legal service providers in the world and has nearly 4,000 lawyers in more than 65 offices in Asia, Europe, the Middle East and the United States. The firm represents more clients in a broader range of geographies and practice disciplines than virtually any other law firm in the world.
Exari is a global leader in document automation for large enterprises. The software’s intuitive web-browser interface empowers business people to create their own contracts using the templates created by their legal department. This solution significantly reduces costs, cycle time and risk, and is used worldwide by legal, procurement, sales, insurance, banking and government professionals.