Icertis adds 319 employees globally in first half

Icertis, a provider of enterprise contract lifecycle management (CLM) in the cloud, has added 319 employees globally in the first half of 2020.
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The CLM supplier said new hiring includes more than 50 recent graduates from the class of 2020. The contract management provider has onboarded new employees with a virtual program called Icertis Everywhere that has enabled the growth of the company’s diverse global team.

The Icertis Everywhere program focuses on recruiting on campus, hiring for full-time work-from-home positions and supporting current employees as Icertians globally working from home through the end of 2020.

Icertis has more than 1,300 employees across 12 locations around the world. The company expects to create and fill more than 200 new jobs by the end of 2020, Icertis said in a statement.

“Our continued growth is opening up opportunities for individuals looking to build the next great enterprise software company at the same time the pandemic has accelerated the shift to a digital working environment,” said Pranali Save, chief human resources officer of Icertis.

Among the new hires are significant additions to the Icertis leadership team who will drive additional growth including Betsy Atkins to Board of Advisors, Pranali Save as CHRO, and Ajay Bhandari as EVP, Professional Services.

The company manages over 7.5 million contracts, with a total contracted value of over $1 trillion for leading companies including Airbus, BASF, Cognizant, Daimler, Johnson & Johnson, Microsoft and Sanofi.

Icertis’ growth speaks to market opportunity and demand for contract lifecycle management (CLM) generally and the Icertis Contract Management (ICM) platform specifically.

The Covid-19 pandemic and resulting economic turmoil has highlighted the importance of having an enterprise-wide solution that turns contracts from static documents to strategic assets as companies look to adjust to changing customer demand, build more agile supply chains, and protect against increased risk.

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