DCL (Design Communications Ltd.) Selects Corridor Company’s Next Generation Contract Management Software

Russ Edelman, CEO of Corridor shares “We’re extremely excited about working with the DCL team, and look forward to their leveraging our technology to support the various process efficiencies they will introduce to their sales and contracting process.”

Corridor Company, Inc., the leading provider of contract management software powered by the Office 365 and SharePoint platforms, is pleased to announce the selection of its Next Generation Contract Management Software for SharePoint by DCL, a leading fabricator of architectural specialties and custom signage. DCL will use Corridor’s contract management software to automate all aspects of its contract and proposal lifecycle management process.

Contracts and proposals are key elements of DCL’s business process. As a leading fabricator of architectural specialties including custom signage, branding, wayfinding, and themed entertainment, DCL partners with architects and designers to custom manage, engineer, fabricate, and install the right solutions for each project. With over 300 industry experts deployed over multiple different client engagements, DCL’s ability to effectively and efficiently manage its proposal and contract management process is an operational imperative.

Corridor’s Next Generation Contract Management Software for SharePoint was selected by DCL after an in-depth evaluation of both stand alone and platform providers. Key components of the contract management initiative included the application’s ability to manage both the proposal and contract process, repository functionality, flexible workflows, fluid and efficient collaboration capabilities, and DocuSign integration.

With Corridor’s Next Generation Contract Management Software for SharePoint, DCL will leverage its existing Microsoft investment in SharePoint to automate various aspects of its proposal and contract management process. Specified sales data can be used to automatically populate both standard and custom proposal submissions. Designated business rules, which are easily configured, can be employed to route the proposals for approval. Upon award, the proposals will be leveraged to automatically create associated contract materials including agreements, records and supporting…

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