Shell will take advantage of the ProCon contract management system which allows the management of complexity in projects particularly relating to the level of insight into any given aspect of the project at any given time.
What does CMS stand for?
CMS stands for Contract Management System
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- Information technology (IT) and computers
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- Content Management Server (Microsoft)
- Content Management Service
- Content Management Specialist
- Content Management System
- Contingency Management Services, Inc.
- Contingency Mutual Support (US DoD)
- Continuous Measurement System (videotaped behavior software)
- Continuous Monitoring System
- Contract Maintenance Services
- Contract Management Software (software)
- Contract Master Schedule (project management)
- Contractor Maintenance Support
- Contraints Management Symposium
- Control and Management Segment
- Control and Monitor Subsystem
- Control and Monitoring System
- Control Management System
- Control Monitor System (Sprint)
- Convention on Migratory Species (birds)
- Conversational Monitor System (IBM)
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The aim of the project is to include license, implementation and maintenance of the NFS Credit Application Processing System (CAP) and Contract Management System (CMS) for retail business operations, and the Wholesale Finance System (WFS) and Dealer Access and Auditing System (DAAS) for wholesale floor planning.
HERE'S HOW Although the details will vary, Rader breaks down the process of implementing an automated contract management system into the following steps: * Identify the transactions your contracts need to cover.
In 1994, AASHTO awarded a contract to SHL Systemhouse to develop the foundation for a computerized contract management system.
It defines contract management systems from both the payer's and provider's perspectives and describes the issues contract management systems must address to be effective.