From Ink-Stained Fingers to E-Signatures: A Tale of Two Eras in Contract Management

Once upon a time, in the pre-digital era, the world of contract management was a symphony of paper trails, physical meetings, and meticulous record-keeping. It was a time when contracts were meticulously drafted by hand or on typewriters, negotiated through face-to-face meetings and telephonic communication, and signed with ink, witnessed, and notarized.

These contracts were then carefully stored in physical filing systems within dedicated filing rooms or office spaces.