Blockchain has the potential to fundamentally change the way organizations do business.
In the retail sector, blockchain is finding a lot of applications: from revolutionising loyalty programs and digitising product warranties to potentially allowing for the development of peer-to-peer marketplaces that could compete with the likes of eBay or Airbnb.
Let’s see how increase sales compliance through contract automation …
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There are plenty of tools, software, and platforms helping you to succeed in your business, to organize the daily work and collaboration but what are the Best Automation Tools to adopt in your company?
If you are ready to change, with this blog post, we want to help you navigate the automation opportunity in the different company functions.
Ask anyone in the business world about their pain points and you’ll likely hear: sales and signatory management. Updating, monitoring, and managing lists is currently a time-consuming, inefficient, and error-prone activity for suppliers and buyers alike. At the same time, the painstaking process of proper signatory management is essential for establishing and maintaining business relationships, not to mention for ensuring compliance.
More and more companies are looking into ways to automate contracts and the benefits of doing so. Today, we explore the most common use cases for contract automation in HR and how you can improve your candidate selection and onboarding process via contract automation.
Contract automation via smart contracts helps companies manage proactively the large quantities of data their HR departments deal with on a daily basis.
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Automating controls and compliance with blockchain is the next step in the digital transformation of companies of all sizes and types. Blockchain technology can create greater efficiency than we’ve ever known, while reducing delays, costs and errors.
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A hold-up problem in contracts is the situation where after one party has made some relationship-specific investment, the counterparty refuses to fulfil the original terms of the contract asking for better conditions.
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