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.
Articles about Contract Management
The outer ring road Parkstad Limburg project (BPL) has a clear objective: ensuring better accessibility of and for the Parkstad region. To this end consortium BPL (Boskalis, Rasenberg, and Besix)Read More
How do you prevent project information from being stored at two locations or not stored at all? Relatics can solve a significant part of the information issues on projects.Read More
The Rotterdamsebaan is the road between junction Ypenburg (A4/A13) and the center ring of The Hague.Read More
In this presentation, a picture is sketched how the client and the contractor are using Relatics as a project management tool for this complex and prestigious project.Read More
How do you enable flexibility to projects (decentralised), while you want to achieve a central controlled situation. Here are choices made in the beginning and in the presentation of Willem van de Wetering, working at Rijkswaterstaat, the experiences on this subject are examined.Read More
When performing informationmanagement on a project at first the project process and the resulting information needs should be looked at.Read More
The world’s longest rail tunnel (57 km) right through the Gotthard Massif in Switzerland is intended to reduce the journey time from Zurich to Milan by one hour.Read More
“Relatics is very easy to use, flexible and scalable. We highly value the possibility to adjust the software during the course of a project to adhere to changing needs.Read More