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How to Configure Without a PhD in Computer Science


Matt Patel

August 31, 2020

In this day and age, we are all comfortable with self-service when it comes to any technology or application. Quite frankly, we almost expect it to be that way. So why does it feel that enterprise applications in the office environment require a PhD in computer science?

Imagine a world where you would have to physically visit a technical support center once you received that shiny new Apple or Android smartphone in a box and opened it. Imagine calling a service agent home to help you program your smart TV or your tablet device before you can use it. Imagine paying an IT expert to configure your Alexa devices in your home. That was the case over a decade ago. But not anymore.

Today’s modern consumer-grade business applications are designed to be self-service. You are in control. CLM solutions, like Malbek, provide exactly that experience. You are able to easily configure your contracting process and workflows, without requiring services from vendor or technical experts, thereby saving a ton of time and money.

You can set-up a contract template document, third-party paper set-up, terms metadata fields, clause variations easily within the application, tightly integrated with familiar applications such as MS Word. More importantly, imagine configuring your complex serial, parallel, conditional approval workflows as easily as creating a Visio diagram with drag and drop.

As your business needs change and evolve, you are in the driver’s seat to adjust the configurations and your workflows. No need to rely on your busy IT resources, begging the vendor to help you via costly paid services, or trying to get a PhD in computer programming. Don’t believe me? Ask us for a demo and let us show you how it’s the new reality with Malbek.


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