Support for the Contract Management Lifecycle.

Global teams of junior, mid and senior lawyers, contract specialists, paralegals, and certified CLM technologists with diverse commercial contracting and technical experience. Process and change management consultants with specialised expertise in contract management. Remote, off-site, and on-location resources specialising in process optimisation and support.

An extension of your in-house resources to support and shorten contracting cycle times so you can focus on higher-value activities.

Contracts Consulting

Enterprise-wide process, change management, and contracts technology consulting

Contracts    Insights

An AI-enabled service delivered by lawyers that substantively review executed contracts, extracts metadata and relevant provisions

Managed Contracts

Tech-enabled legal services to manage, draft, review and negotiate contracts and provide data, metrics, reporting, and a battle-hardened workflow process

Managed CLM Technology

A certified partner for your legal and IT groups to implement, configure, maintain and provide user support for your CLM

Contractual and Regulatory

Monitor, review and remediate contracts to ensure compliance with regulatory and legal obligations

Manage Contracts Software

CLM software delivered through Elevate’s Enterprise Legal Management (ELM) platform

Why choose Elevate for contracts solutions?

The only end-to-end contracts solution – consulting, software, and managed services – in the market
The largest team of dedicated contract management professionals in the industry
Reduce transaction cost per routine contract by up to 30% within 18 months
Certifed experts for CLM platform-agnostic implementation, change management, and managed service support

Eric Laughlin – Democratising Contracts

This Next Normal series podcast features Elevate’s Chairman and CEO, Liam Brown, talking with Eric Laughlin, the CEO of Agiloft, a contract lifecycle management software company.


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