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Scout Contracts: Finally, a Simple, Effective Contracts and Obligations Management System

The best and most effective legal language is clear, concise, and understandable by anyone. So why are Contract Management platforms so overwhelmingly complex? It’s an endemic problem in sourcing – in a recent survey, we found that only about 30% of CPOs are satisfied with their current system. That’s not an encouraging number, and it’s… read more

Summer ’17 Release: Introducing Scout Contracts (Plus Expanded Languages!)

It’s summertime, which means it’s time to hang your hammock, fire up the grill, and perfect your s’mores. Here at Scout, we’ve been cooking up something exciting too — and we’re really excited to share it with you. Scout Contracts So without further ado, allow us to introduce Scout Contracts. Our new vendor contract management solution… read more

Customer Success Tip: Introduction to Pipeline

This week, we introduced our new Pipeline tool. Simply put, Pipeline is where everything comes together. Scout’s Pipeline is a strategic sourcing tool that enables sourcing professionals to: Build a sourcing pipeline with planned, active, and completed Projects, Manage new sourcing Requests and ongoing Projects, Standardize the sourcing process for their team and stakeholders, and Forecast and strategize… read more

Scout Pipeline & Intake: Two Leaps Towards More Strategic Sourcing

Since we launched Scout RFP in 2015, we’ve helped over 90 companies streamline their RFP process. It’s been an amazing journey thus far and we’ve learned a lot working directly with our customers. As we spent more and more time with sourcing organizations, we discovered there were several more pains that we wanted to solve. One… read more

Introducing Two New Features: Pipeline and Intake

Today, we’re excited to announce the launch of two new sourcing tools: Pipeline and Intake. In a nutshell, Scout Intake and Pipeline provide organizations with real-time visibility and control over spend. Intake gives procurement leaders the ability to respond to business needs and streamline engagement, while Pipeline allows you to tie sourcing activity directly to… read more