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The construction industry continues to suffer from decreasing profits. As a result, companies are looking for new ways to maintain margins, even as projects are becoming more risky. When it comes to managing the major risks in complicated construction contracts and other project documents, executives find themselves in a tough spot: continue to use under-qualified personnel to review these documents versus making substantial investments into the contract review process. The choice might feel impossible, but it isn’t. Large construction companies are using document review software like Document Crunch -- a document review software purpose-built for the construction industry --to get construction contract subject matter expertise -- usually only gained through outside consulting -- for a fraction of the cost. The result: Construction executives stop feeling like they have to either over invest in managing risk or rely on under qualified personnel.Something looks off?