"Digital contracting is not just about standard templates and digital execution of contracts. It's about re-imagining the whole contracting process and adding value back to the core business" Shashwat Sikka, Co-Founder at Provakil 9th September 2021: Shashwat Sikka and Stephen Law hosted a webinar last week covering the essentials of
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Last week, we got the opportunity to learn from Sandeep Chowdhury and Shashwat Sikka during the first session of an ongoing series called "The LawTech Series". Click here to watch a full recap of the session. During the event the panelists took a deeper dive into the role of technology
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