Marketing is one of the most value-driving departments inside your organization. The marketing department not only interfaces with prospects before and after they convert into a customer, but it is also the mouthpiece for the messaging of the business and defines for the world what you do.
Clickthrough agreements for marketing teams: Have your prospects and customers consented to being marketed to?
The 1099 economy (or "gig economy") is a labor market that utilizes contracted human labor to fulfill the service promises from marketplace/shared economy platforms. Taking its name from the tax form filled out by freelancers or short-term independent contractors, the 1099 economy demonstrates the fundamental changes to the very idea of work and employment that are now taking place. By 2020, 40% of American workers will be contracted.
Channel partnership teams connect with external people or organizations who can sell their product on their behalf. There are multiple types of channel partnerships, including but not limited to value-added resellers (VARs), system integrators, managed service providers (MSPs), and integrated software vendors (ISVs). Members of the channel team ensure that the company has excellent working relationships and symbiotic partnerships that are also lucrative.
There's no nice way to say this: traditional contracting processes are cumbersome. Overreliance on manual processes and a disorganized workflow too often translates into numerous back and forth between parties, needless paper pushing, and excessive redlining. And that doesn't even include the natural time suck already inherent in most manual processes. In this post, we've outlined three concrete steps you can implement to take back the time and money you're currently wasting in the contract lifecycle and increase your sales velocity.
If your website employs a clickthrough agreement, there are a number of practices you should follow to make sure that agreement is enforceable. Your clickthrough agreement is there for a reason - and is likely intended to provide all sorts of legal protections for your website / business. However, if your clickthrough agreement is not enforceable, then it does you no good at all.
Companies in today’s “get it done yesterday” world need a workflow that allows them to do high volumes of business without increasing risk or spoiling user experience. A clickthrough agreement—a box or button that a user checks or clicks to manifest their acceptance of a website legal agreement—is perfect for this. A clickthrough is the preferred, enforceable way to present clear and concise reasons for why you want to collect your users’ data.
A clickthrough allows businesses to scale without significantly increasing risk. It’s a box or button that users check or click to manifest their acceptance of online terms. But collecting and storing customer acceptance and consent is just one way businesses benefit from a clickthrough. In fact, a clickthrough is a versatile tool that provides amazing insights while helpging you stay fast, compliant, and secure.
In an online marketplace, there are several small but significant details that can either raise or lower your risk profile. The online marketplace is naturally rife with risk because of its rate of scale, and the increase in the number of customers and transactions processed daily.
A major responsibility for procurement teams is contract management: ensuring a company gets what it needs and that vendors meet contractual obligations. Procurement understands the market’s and customers’ needs and is able to obtain goods and services to serve them.
A clickthrough is one of the quickest ways to collect user consent to your online legal agreements. By presenting these agreements as a box or button users check or click in order to agree, businesses make the sign up process smoother while keeping this data secure. But people often wonder whether or not clickthrough agreements are legally enforceable. Does checking that box or clicking that button count as a real contract? Can it hold up in a court of law?