Digital Object and Contract Management

DOCM

DOCM stands for Digital Object & Contract Management. DOCM is a systematic, process-driven software solution for creating, processing, monitoring and evaluating contracts.



 
 

ADVANTAGES

Corporate contract management 
Every company department needs a different view of the data in a contract. A communication and collaboration platform can provide these different views of a contract management system centrally.

 

BENEFITS


Centralization of object and contract management with all contract-relevant digitalized information in a relational database creates the necessary transparency, enables compliance with legal obligations and thus forms the basis for your compliance processes.
 

DOCM Cooperation partner BPEX GmbH

ABOUT US - BPEX "We are the consultant in the field of Digital Processes. Our team combines many years of experience as consultants for system management tasks and developers of complex process automation tools. If you are interested in DOCM and need support in the area of contract management, we will be happy to assist you as consultants. With us, you receive the DOCM software solution as well as the service from a single source. This means that implementation is straightforward, and if you have any open questions, simply get in touch with us.

The Brexit shows how important company-wide property and contract management is for companies operating throughout Europe!

In an article on the ntv website of 12 June 2019 entitled: EU demands 44 billion euros, the author writes among other things: "In the view of the Brussels Commission, the European Union is now well prepared for the dreaded Brexit without a treaty. No further legal emergency measures would be needed before the now valid departure date of 31 October, the EU Commission explained. All member states are highly prepared for all scenarios". […]

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Vertragsrisikoauswertung

Risk management

Contracts must be checked legally and technically as part of a company-wide contract management process. For this purpose, possible risks must be identified and evaluated in each phase of the contract life cycle.
DOCM User

What are the benefits of using an enterprise-wide digital contract management solution for each user group?

Every company department (purchasing, controlling and legal department, etc.) needs a different view of the data of a contract and its evaluation.
Kostenermittlung

Why invest money in a contract management system?

According to the Gartner Group, 60% of all supplier contracts automatically renew without the buyer's knowledge, mainly because the buyer fails to terminate the contract. Even more astonishing is the fact that 50% of the contracts are renewed several times without the buyer's knowledge (Forbes, Gardner group).

A laissez-faire attitude towards contract management can have serious financial consequences, as automatic contract renewals often involve more expensive terms and late terminations can lead to litigation and damage. Contracts are not documents to "sign and file", they are rather living documents that are subject to real events / changes.

Kostenermittlung

Contract costs

By subdividing the contract costs into "fixed costs" and "imputed costs" and "one-off costs", different payment models of the contracts, such as maintenance and purchase contracts, can be mapped.
Vertragsrisikoauswertung

What business risks arise in the absence of a contract management system?

Contract risks are only risks if they have not been evaluated and made manageable by an action plan to be taken. However, if this risk assessment is only a one-off process, i.e. these risks do not remain in focus through regular audits, then you cannot benefit from your previous assessment.
Vertragsstrukturierung

DOCM Contract Structuring

The contractual framework is structured in individual, framework and consortium or project contracts. Individual contracts are concluded for a specific contract object; they can be concluded for a limited or unlimited period. An outline agreement is a scheduling agreement that defines the terms of delivery between the supplier and the customer. Consortium or project contracts are concluded for the realization of larger projects, usually construction or infrastructure measures.