Oracle Modern Best Practice—Contract Creation to Spend Compliance

Create Effective, High Quality Contracts Faster
Create Effective, High Quality Contracts Faster

Contract Creation to Spend Compliance

The mobile, social, and analytics capabilities built into modern best practices have enabled organizations to dramatically improve contract creation process. Create contracts from a library of standard terms and conditions. Review, modify, and approve deviations via a secured collaboration platform. Determine contract effectiveness and improve contract negotiation with analysis linked to purchase transactions. Use the following best practice as your roadmap to a more strategic, efficient, and data-driven contract creation process.


Author Contract
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Author Contract

Create contract through guided authoring or by assembling preapproved standard terms and conditions.


Ensure Policy Compliance
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Ensure Policy Compliance

Enforce policy compliance with mandatory validation and approval. Maintain contract quality with templates formatted for consistent printing and electronic transmission.


Manage Deviations
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Manage Deviations

Capture revisions during authoring and negotiation. Recognize important deviations from standard policies and route approval automatically.


Approve/Accept Contract
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Approve/Accept Contract

Route contract through approval hierarchy based on preset rules. Manage e-signatures.


Link Deliverables
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Link Deliverables

Gain fulfillment visibility by linking contracts to execution documents such as agreements and purchase orders. Track deliverables via status update or transaction summary.


Implement Spending Rules
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Implement Spending Rules

Automate order creation from contract suppliers. Monitor leakage via dashboard driven view of contract utilization vs. terms, leakage, and key performance indicators.