Contract Management

Configuring Relatics for Contract Management allows you to manage your contract explicitly.

Benefits for Contract Management

Thanks to the described requirements, objects and more, it is easy to connect them to other types of information such as risks, measures, deadlines, etc. during the contract period.

This puts owners of contracts in full control of the risks, renewals, milestones, payments and lead-time of a project by applying tests to specific parts of the contract. Contractors can verify these tests and report directly to the owner.

By managing this process in Relatics, no miscommunication will occur between owner and contractor.

Demo of Contract Management application

Relatics is a web-based platform used by projects to customize a Contract Management application completely to their needs.

Request an online demo or contact us via +31 180 413 047 or info@relatics.com.

Articles about Contract Management

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Contract Management

Configuring Relatics for Contract Management allows you to manage your contract explicitly.

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