November 20, 2020

The Future of Transaction Management: Corporate Challenges & Solutions [Report]

It’s never been easy to manage financial transactions. About 59% of corporate dealmakers say only one in three deals—or less—actually result in long term success. You’re supporting more stakeholders, managing multiple strategic priorities, and facing tough new data privacy laws. Add a global pandemic, and the challenges may seem overwhelming.

How can you get the perspective you need to handle it all? Our new report, The Future of Transaction Management: Corporate Challenges & Solutions, reveals how you can overcome today’s biggest transaction management challenges. Based on findings from more than 600 global corporate dealmakers, this report explores:

  • The vast array of projects that corporate development teams focus on
  • Transaction tasks that present the biggest challenges and the most difficulty
  • Strategies to address your biggest workflow challenges

Download the report to learn how corporate dealmakers are finding ways to adapt to a new transaction management mindset. 

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