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Public Sector Contract Management

Why Contract Management for the Public Sector? There are a few Frameworks from Government entities globally, the OGC in the UK, some work out of Australia, pockets of best practice from the US and SA’s own National Treasury Framework. Each one has a common theme, improving supplier performance, governance of…

Contract Management

What is Contract Management? Contract Management refers to the management of all contracts made with another party – whether they are vendors, customers, partners or employees. A Contract Manager is required to support and manage contracts, as well as to negotiate and facilitate contract creation. Manual Contract Management Although a…

Digital Transaction Management

What is DTM? Digital Transaction Management (DTM) has recently emerged as the latest technology in cloud-based document management and document-based transaction management. DTM eliminates the complications and time-consuming actions involved with document-based communications and processes by allowing users to complete all transactions online and through the cloud. This increases execution…

Realyst – A Contract Management House that offers both consulting and software

On September 13, 2017, Posted by , In About Realyst, By ,, , With No Comments

History Realyst is a Contract Management Solutions house that offers both consulting and software to ensure that you create and manage your contracts effectively, efficiently and according to best practice guidelines. We began in 1998 where the software’s original purpose was to manage retail premises leases. It has now grown…

POPIA from a Contract Management Perspective

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Personal information has been defined by the Protection of Personal Information Act 4 of 2013 (“POPIA”) as information relating to an identifiable, living, natural person, and where it is applicable, an identifiable, existing juristic person. The act goes in to further depth in Section 1 (a) to (h). With the inconceivable…