Taking back control: school contract management best practices

Join our webinar series: how smart software can streamline contract management and save money instantly

Contract terms are not created equal. With differing policies and varying start and end dates often outside the financial year, it can feel chaotic to manage and navigate suppliers and contracts. To help schools take back control of their contracts and streamline effective spending, we’re holding two webinars to ensure you reach for success.


On-demand webinar: What a good contract register looks like

Watch our on demand webinar to discover how to manage hundreds and thousands of suppliers with an accurate contract register, saving you money instantly and avoiding contract auto-renewals.

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On-demand webinar: MAT contract management best practices: seeing the bigger picture

Learn how to accurately forecast your accounts, including contractual outgoings: know exactly where your money is going and ensure the best return of investment in your contracted services.

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