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Fuel Transportation Giant Unifies Contract Management for Better Visibility Multinational energy transportation company with C$34.9 billion in annual revenue B U S I N E S S C H A L L E N G E When this large fuel transportation company embarked on a digital transformation process, its legal department identified contracts as high priority. The company was using disparate systems across nine different entities, hindering visibility and creating inefficiencies. There was no way, other than manually, to extract payments and obligations from contracts, creating leakage and risk. In a highly regulated industry, the company needed visibility into which suppliers were responsible for critical parts to ensure the safe transportation of fuel. Furthermore, a merger resulted in the company having disjointed contracting policies and approval hierarchies, making it difficult to ensure all contracts were reviewed and approved by the right stakeholders. The company needed a comprehensive, enterprise-grade contract platform to implement its unified contracting policies across all of its entitites. O B J E C T I V E Unify contract visibility across nine entities to reduce risk and costs H I G H L I G H T S • Contracts unified across nine different systems • Contracting policies extended across new entities following merger • Born-in-the-cloud architecture ensures ICM will work in current tech stack Canadian firm deploys Icertis platform to replace disjointed legacy systems and reduce risk. C O M PA N Y P R O F I L E

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