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Startdato: 01-03-2023 08:30 - København
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Course description

Practical IT contract management

According to the WorldCC, between 30 and 35% of all contracts do not produce the desired financial result. The main reasons for this can be found in 10 topics which are typically the subject of discussion between the customer and the supplier.

Practical IT

Establish the basis for a commercially sound IT contract through practical tools and methods

Benefits of Practical IT Contract Management

Through this intensive course, you will gain insight into how to establish the basis for a commercially sound IT contract seen from both a customer’s and a supplier’s perspective.

You will receive a number of practical tools and methods and be obtain the practical knowledge to apply them and generate value in your organization.

Course content

During the two days of the course, we will immerse ourselves in the 10 topics in IT contracts, in order for the participants to ensure the desired financial result in their own contracts. The two days will cover a basic introduction to IT contracts, the Contract Lifecycle Management (CLM) phases, business cases and other concepts used during the course:

  • The planning phase
  • Negotiation of IT contracts
  • Transfer from negotiation to implementation
  • Implementation phase / transition
  • The operational phase
  • Exit - preparation of exit plan

Course structure

The course is structured with a focus on the operational level, so you are introduced to methods and tools that can help you work with your IT contracts from a concrete and practical perspective.

Examples of questions that will be discussed in the course include: "How do I design a penalty model that gives the supplier the greatest possible incentive?". And from a supplier perspective: "How do I assess the risk in the requested SLAs?"

The course takes place as a workshop, where we work with specific contract terms.

Target Group

This workshop is designed for those who work with or are responsible for IT contracts, and need practical perspectives, methods and tools that can be used immediately in the daily work - with a focus on securing the planned gains.

The course addresses both the purchasing and sales side. Examples of participants are Bid Managers, Contract Managers, Purchasers, Sellers and Lawyers.

As the course is interactive, including practical workshops focusing on specific issues and clauses, there will be a maximum of 12 participants in the course.


There is no exam.


The price for the workshop Practical IT contract management is DKK 12,000 excl. VAT.

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NSCCM - Nordic School of Contract and Commercial Management  NSCCM er Nordens førende uddannelsescenter inden for contract and commercial management. Vi er foretrukken uddannelsespartner for en lang række statslige myndigheder, regioner og kommuner samt for private virksomheder. Vi udbyder kurser...

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Nordic School of Contract and Commercial Management

Kalvebod Brygge 5
1560 København

Telefon: +45 70 20 01 31


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Richard Laugesen
Can really be recommend for anyone working in-depth with contracts, as a daily routine.
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"It was great that the team was small. We were relatively few in the group - everyone was brought into play, and there was time for the teachers to "grab" the participants' stories from real life and include it in the teaching."

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