W.W. Grainger, Inc.
There are some who argue that contracting has no future. They believe that automation will largely eliminate the need for human activity in designing, preparing, negotiating and managing contracts. In large measure, they are right; key aspects of the contracting process will be undertaken through technology. But as this report reveals, technology will change - and enrich - human intervention in the contracting process, rather than replace it.
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