News | June 12, 2019

Government Purchasing Professionals Continue To Prefer CobbleStone's Procurement Software

CobbleStone Software's award-winning Contract Insight® simplifies processes for government contract managers and procurement professionals with many user-friendly and advanced features.

Princeton, NJ (PRWEB) - CobbleStone Software, a leader in government contract management and eProcurement software, simplifies processes for government contract managers and procurement professionals with many advanced features. Contract Insight®, CobbleStone’s award-winning contract management software suite, offers user-friendly features such as: 

  • Streamlined Requisitions – User-friendly requisition forms with rules-based approvals and status dashboards.
  • Secure Contract Repository – Easily search, review, and make changes to your contracts and related documents from one, secure location. Define user access and track audit trails.
  • Automated Contract Workflows – From contract approvals to amendments, workflows can eliminate process bottlenecks, improve contract transparency, and escalate when needed.
  • Intelligent Contract Administration – CobbleStone AI and machine learning assists with contract data extraction and contract risk management.
  • Public-Facing Portal – Provide public access to select contract data and documents, automating and minimizing FOIA (Freedom of Information) request processing.
  • Vendor Diversity Reporting – Identify and track vendor diversity with goals reporting, self-serve certification, auditing, and more.
  • Bid Management – Compose, approve, advertise, score, and award solicitations easier, and distribute custom questionnaires for easy RFx and bid comparison.
  • Purchasing & Catalog Management – Utilize direct and indirect procurement with approved hosted catalogs and punch-out functionality with simplified shopping cart experience.
  • eSignatures – Sign anywhere, anytime with mobile and desktop electronic signing using CobbleStone’s easy-to-use tool or other integrated eSign options.
  • And much more

CobbleStone’s government contract management suite is filled with tools to simplify and streamline the contract management, sourcing, and procurement process. CobbleStone has continued year-over-year growth in the public sector with their solutions built for local and state procurement professionals.

“Our government clients find Contract Insight helps with their overall process from contract drafting and negotiations to more advanced needs like punch-outs, catalog management, and local and state regulatory compliance. Those who use the CobbleStone suite to its available scope find their processes are streamlined and tasks are optimized.” – Matthew Friebis, Director of IT at CobbleStone Software

CobbleStone’s government contract management software is trusted and loved by public sector and contract management professionals spanning the globe. For those looking to invest end-of-fiscal-year budget, consider contract management tools to simplify contract administration and procurement processes. CobbleStone’s Contract Insight software is conveniently located on GSA Schedule 70, eliminating paperwork and back and forth negotiation time. Get started with better vendor and requisition management and a simplified contracting process today.

About CobbleStone Software
CobbleStone Software is a leader in providing enterprise contract management, vendor management, and eSourcing software solutions for over 20 years and is trusted by thousands of users. CobbleStone’s contract management solutions provide contract and vendor tracking, configurable email alerts, calendar notifications, contract workflow management, robust security options, authoring of contract templates with dynamic clauses, revenue/cost management, full text indexing and searching, vendor/client ratings, document version control, custom reports, electronic signature, smarter contracts with machine learning, and more. 

To learn more about CobbleStone Software, contact the CobbleStone Team at, call 866-330-0056, or visit 

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