Herdon, VA (PRWEB) June 22, 2011
SpringCM®, a leader in cloud enterprise content management and opportunity lifecycle solutions, will host the next event in its popular Best Practices for Government Contractors series on the topic “Effective Contract Management” this Wednesday, June 22.
Contract management is a highly-complex process with significant business consequences for government contractors. Managing contract values, change orders, multiple subcontractors, teaming arrangements and reporting means that companies must compete vigorously for the original contract AND manage it effectively to maintain a steady revenue stream. Multiple award contracts (MACs) provide even greater challenges since the task orders won under MACs inherit terms, conditions and affect contract ceilings.
The webinar will include a discussion of best practices to streamline the entire contract process—from contract creation and collaboration through routing, approval and electronic signature.
WHAT: Effective Contract Management
WHEN: Wednesday, June 22 from 2:00-3:00 p.m. Eastern
REGISTER: Register at http://bit.ly/contract-mgmt
About Privia by SpringCM
SpringCM’s Government Solutions Division, based in Herndon, VA is a provider of virtual workspace software that streamlines the entire government opportunity lifecycle. Privia® by SpringCM is the leading bid lifecycle management software for businesses bidding on state, local and federal government contracts.
SpringCM is the recognized market leader in cloud enterprise content management. With delivery in days and at a fraction of the cost, organizations use SpringCM to streamline their inefficient document processes with customers, vendors, and remote operations. Leading government contracting organizations such as CSC, BTAS, Scientific Research Corporation (SRC), Tenacity Solutions and USIS are achieving a payback in as little as 40 days in areas such as bids and proposals, case management and claims processing, regulatory inquiries and accounts payable. With SpringCM customers avoid the expense, complexity, and risks of traditional ECM software. For further information, please visit http://www.springcm.com.
Jeff Pike, Outlook Marketing,
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