Universal Contract Manager


Universal Contract Manager

iContracts Universal Contract Manager (UCM) is a cloud-based solution designed specifically for ease-of-use and adaptability to the unique requirements of higher education. Colleges, universities, and other educational institutions share a need for contract life-cycle management and compliance solutions that can deliver immediate ROI, automate contract processes, mitigate risk and keep internal customers happy. UCM helps institutions manage the entire contract process including contract requests, approvals, red-lines, supporting documents, milestones, reminders, activities, reporting, and ultimately archiving of contracts.

Products and Services

  • Universal Contract Manager (UCM) – Cloud-based software solution for managing contracts and associated processes.
  • Universal Application Platform (UAP) – Cloud-based software solution for custom application development.
  • Contract scanning and data collection services.


Vendor Contact

Joe DeLuccia
Account Executive
T: 856.372.2164
E: jdeluccia@icontracts.com

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Available to: Colleges


Type: Discount | Software
Division: College Finance and Facilities Planning
State Participation: statediscount
Funding Source: Foundation
Grant Year: unknown

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