New network and resource platform dedicated to digital contracting unveiled at State of Digital Contracting Summit
Ironclad, the leading digital contracting platform, today unveiled the new Ironclad Community 2.0 at its State of Digital Contracting Summer summit. The new community focused on digital contracting will be led by Ironclad’s new Chief Community Officer, Mary O’Carroll.
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Ironclad is doubling down on investments to elevate, educate, and connect customers with Ironclad Community 2.0. It will bring members together through forums, events, and groups to support peer-to-peer based learning, share advice and best practices, and connect as professionals. Members will have access to a premier training experience that connects the right content to the right moment in the customer journey, so that content may be presented in-product via micro learning, included in Ironclad’s digital success management program, and more.
“Digital contracting is the future of how work gets done quickly, and done well — it’s for not just legal teams, but businesses as a whole. But a mindset shift and organization change like this is only possible through community,” said O’Carroll. “Ironclad Community 2.0 is building on the incredible power and potential I’ve already seen in the Ironclad and legal ops communities. Together, our wide breadth of backgrounds, perspectives, and skill sets will enable us to support and elevate each other in our careers, as well as catalyze a change in how contracting and work are done in our industries.”
The news was shared at Ironclad’s latest State of Digital Contracting summit in which attendees attended sessions on adopting a “maker mindset” from O’Carroll, Ironclad’s General Counsel Chris Young, and former Mythbusters host, Kary Byron. In addition, leading legal innovators and Ironclad customers provided hands-on, interactive demos of the platform.
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