Taking Your Legal and Contract Management to the Cloud
Thursday June 22nd at 1:00 PM EST
TekStream's Contract-it, part of the Process Lifecycle Suite, is designed to simplify common legal and contracting processes while addressing the move to the cloud. Many organizations have set specific goals for their contracting processes that include reducing costs, doing more digitally, being more effective in mitigating risk, improving inter-department collaboration, engaging more seamlessly with external entities, and being able to scale their resources to do more.
TekStream will be presenting two distinct flavors of its Contract-it solution: Contract-it Cloud and Contract-it for WebCenter. Both solutions are based on Oracle's Platform as a Service (PaaS) technologies. Contract-it Cloud is designed to be a Cloud based stand-alone contract management solution where Contract-it for WebCenter is a true hybrid cloud solution allowing companies to leverage their existing Oracle WebCenter Content implementations as part of a unique Cloud solution.
In this 30 minute TekTalk, you'll learn about:
- An overview of common business problems organizations look to solve with contract management systems
- An overview of TekStream's newest Process Lifecycle Suite modules - Contract-it Cloud and Contract-it for WebCenter
- An understanding of how Oracle's PaaS provides existing WebCenter customers with the ability to expand and break through hurdles on on-premise limitations
VP of Solutions, TekStreamAs Vice President of Solutions, Troy has an extensive knowledge of IT systems and experience working with high-caliber companies. His technical experience includes 11 years with Stellent/Oracle Universal Content Management application with specialization in Enterprise Records Management, Digital Asset Management, Web Content Management and Information Rights Management. He also brings a strong foundation in web design and development, expertise in all Oracle WebCenter Content Management modules, and operational experience of enterprise level engagements to TekStream. In 2010, he was named an Oracle Deputy CTO in an Oracle program that recognizes a distinct group of leading Oracle Technical Architects from North American Oracle SI organizations.