Ecteon Unveils New Version of its Contract Management Software
October 17, 2008
Contract management solutions provider Ecteon, has released the latest version of Contraxx 7.0, Ecteon's suite of end-to-end, Web-enabled contract management software. With the release, Ecteon has further consolidated its position as the leader in the contract management solutions market.
Based on comprehensive customer feedback, Contraxx 7.0 streamlines contract management at every stage of the contract lifecycle. Among the enhancements offered by Contraxx 7.0 are improved form design and workflow capabilities and support for the newest editions of Windows, Office, Oracle (News
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"Our customers look to Contraxx to help them increase business efficiency, gain control of the contract life cycle, remain in compliance with contractual terms, and increase visibility into the underlying assets, liabilities and opportunities," explains Lonnie Blackwood, President of Ecteon.
"Our high level of customer satisfaction is driven by an incredibly flexible architecture, which allows each customer to model a unique solution to their contract management requirements, and we strive for continuous software improvements to meet their evolving needs."
Contract Management Software is used for centralizing, standardizing and systemizing the entire contract lifecycle, from creation through expiration or renewal. Contraxx helps manage contracts related to sales, procurement, intellectual property, real estate, or employment, or any other type of agreement.
Contraxx 7.0 is available for purchase right away. With Ecteon’s solutions, contract managers are able to get their solutions online quickly. Established in 1986, Ecteon boasts a clientele including Global 2000 organizations and leaders across industries..
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Edited by Stefania Viscusi