Date: October 4, 2012
Time: 11:00 EST / 16:00 GMT
Duration: 1 hour
Speakers: Robert Henry, Practice Engagement Manager – Contracts, Infosys LPO
Steve Harmon, Senior Director – Legal Services, Cisco Systems
Paul Lippe, Former GC and now CEO, Legal OnRamp Systems
Infosys LPO presents a webinar to share best practices on building a contract management centre of excellence (COE) model.
Legal teams are under increasing pressure to 'do more with less'. Hear from a panel of experts about how a COE model can help you:
- Reduce legal costs while improving quality and client service levels
- Free up scarce legal resources for higher impact work
- Benefit from efficient operations — hear about Cisco’s experience implementing a COE
- Phase implementation to deliver ROI from day one and respond to both ongoing and peak demands
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Robert ("Bob") Henry
Practice Engagement Manager – Contracts, Infosys LPO
Bob has over twelve years of experience leading contract management teams for Global 1000 enterprises. He currently leads the Infosys LPO Contract Management portfolio and has been consulted by a large number of clients on risk management, contract compliance, tools, and reducing contract cycle time.
Senior Director – Legal Services, Cisco Systems
Steve is a member of the Cisco Legal executive management team where he manages the Legal Technology Solutions (LTS) and Global Export Trade (GET) teams. The LTS team is chartered with developing and maintaining systems and processes that support the efficiency and accuracy of legal functions at Cisco. These systems and processes include contract management, export compliance tools, regulatory compliance, legal knowledge management, web-based resources, and file room operations. The GET team is responsible for expediting Cisco’s worldwide trade by ensuring global compliance with global export rules and regulations.
Former GC and now CEO, Legal OnRamp Systems
Paul Lippe is CEO of OnRamp Systems, the leader in legal department productivity platforms to improve quality and efficiency and reduce costs of legal work. Legal OnRamp was first developed at a legal department productivity and collaboration platform for Cisco Systems.