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Webinar - What is contract risk scoring and why you need it now?

Published: 10 Apr 2018 Average Rating: 4 / 5 Print
 

Author: Jamie Wodetzki, Tim Cummins

Listen to this Webinar recording, 'What is contract risk scoring and why you need it now?' as we define the meaning of contract scoring; explore how to analyze, measure and score your contract terms to identify your biggest contractual risks, and learn how these strategies will immediately contribute to the overall health of your business.

 

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