Exari Launches Contracts Hub™ for Mergers & Acquisitions

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New solution pack allows customers to quickly assess target companies’ contract portfolio for risk

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Exari, the leading provider of cloud-based contract lifecycle management solutions, today announced a new solution pack designed to assist in the mergers and acquisitions due diligence process. Exari Contracts Hub™, for Mergers and Acquisitions provides a customized contract model and reports specifically designed to capture key terms, risks and obligations across customer, supplier and HR contracts. As a result, businesses reduce the risk that often comes with acquiring companies and their contracts while gaining insight into revenue quality.

Using Exari’s Universal Contract Model (UCM), companies will have instant access to M&A-specific reporting and analytics providing deeper insight into contract assets. Exari Contracts Hub for Mergers and Acquisitions can be up and running in a day, capturing contract data and building an easy-to-use reporting database.

"M&A activities are often done quickly so companies can move on and begin the integration process,” said Jamie Wodetzki, Exari Founder and Chief Product Officer. “Unfortunately, critical contract assets are often overlooked, creating unnecessary risk and potential liabilities for the acquirer. With this product, we can reduce or eliminate that risk and give acquirers peace of mind.”

Exari Contract Hub for Mergers and Acquisitions is available immediately. For more information, please visit http://www.exari.com/Hub. To reach a sales representative, please send an email to sales(at)exari(dot)com.

About Exari
Exari is a market-leading Contract Lifecycle Management platform that unifies the processes of generating, managing and analyzing expansive document and contract portfolios. Exari solutions are used by hundreds of thousands of users worldwide. Exari is headquartered in Boston with offices in London, Melbourne and Munich. Learn more at http://www.exari.com.

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