Solution: Managing contract workflows and records with enaio®
Proven functions that have been successfully used by our customers for years.
Plenty of room for targeted expansions and implementation of your own ideas.
Designed with security in mind
Comprehensive protection of your contracts and data thanks to a granular rights system.
Work digitally with greater efficiency
The contract record always holds the current contact data of the contract partner, and workflows ensure seamless processes.
Digital Contract Record: Centerpiece of Your Contract Management
Digital handshake – on time, efficient, and secure
Digital contract records in enaio® are not only used for the administration of contracts; they accompany all contract documents from creation to contract termination and beyond. This means that you have a complete overview of important contract-relevant information throughout all stages of the contract management process. You can also easily create business documents and rest assured that business processes are logged accurately – from classification and adherence to deadlines and dates to the integration of external contract parties and subsequent audit-proof archiving.
Our electronic contract record can be implemented into an existing IT structure quickly and easily. Contract management and processing does not get any simpler than this.
- Central storage of contracts and contract-related documents
- Context-based management of all information in electronic records
- Inclusion of mandatory information such as contract type, responsibilities, etc.
- Release workflows, deadline management, variant administration, and
- version comparisons
- Targeted assignment of internal responsibilities & access rights
- Integration of external contract participants
Introducing this solution has made a huge difference. There is no other way of putting it! We can’t imagine doing without it.
Holger Rommel, Head of IT, Gries Deco Company GmbH (Depot)
Our users readily accepted the contract record because it is easy to see which contracts are about to expire. They are stored in a central location rather than with the respective central or divisional manager, as was the case before.
Andreas Barmettler, Head of Controlling, Allgäuer Zeitungsverlag