Corridor Unveils Upgraded Version of its Contract Management for SharePoint
WAKEFIELD, MA: Corridor, provider of Contract Lifecycle Management software powered by SharePoint platform, releases the new version 6.2 of its Contract Management Solution. Through this update, Corridor has redesigned its management controls, workflow status and graphics.
Corridor’s Contract Management application leverages the SharePoint platform that provides organizations with complete contract lifecycle management prerequisites, from creation to management of contracts. Version 6.2 of the Contract Management app comes with an intense visual summary of contract metadata through new graphical displays and charts. These graphics are customizable that provide access to a variety of contract details represented through pie charts, bar charts and line graphs. The interactive charts enable users to remove certain data from the chart and open underlying report for detailed information.
The application now displays graphical representation of contract status, throughout its lifecycle in order to provide executives insights to any issues on workflows. Contract managers can therefore, focus on information that needs priority like expirations, renewals, and obligations.
The user interface of CM has also been redesigned in the new version with improved page designs that offer a consistent user experience. The enhanced user interfaces includes modified standard imagery, page design and site theme and the ability to configure style changes.
“The work we have done for graphics and charting in this release is exciting and sets the stage for additional improvements we have planned for future releases. We want to provide our users with a solid starting point for their contracting processes – one where they can have high-level visibility with the ability to drill down as needed,” says Aaron Cutlip, CTO, Corridor Company.
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