Contract Horizon - book a demo

Contract Horizon - book a demo
Update: Contract Horizon will no longer be available for purchase. Please contact the sales team for any enquiries and for corporate package options on +44 (0)20 7665 2446

NEC has just launched a new secure web-based platform to enable NEC clients to access, compile and finalise their NEC contracts online.

Designed in collaboration with NEC users, Contract Horizon allows procurement teams to select, enter and edit their NEC contract data with full visibility. They can view editing history and build a controlled library of additional Z clauses. 

Improving collaboration

Clients can allow external advisers to view, edit and comment on different contracts. They can also share access with contractors and suppliers, facilitating collaborative working.

The intuitive system has been designed to make contract preparation easier and more efficient. Compiled contracts can be saved as templates so previous work can be re-used at any time. Amending and signing off contracts within the platform also reduces the need for different versions.

Contract Horizon is now available to demonstrate and purchase, so please contact the NEC team on +44 (0)20 7665 2446 or info@neccontract.com for more information. 

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