What is an ORM?

Ownership Rights Management (ORM) is a technology for managing all your organizations relationships and interactions between owners, and all other parties that the owners of the organization are in agreements with, or may enter into agreements with.

The goal is simple: Improve organization agreements. An ORM system helps organizations stay connected to governments, vendors, employees, and customers, streamline collaborative decision making and improve profitability.

When people talk about ORM, they are usually referring to an ORM system, a tool that helps with contact management, equity management, ownership rights management, collaborative productivity, and more.

An ORM solution helps you focus on your organization’s relationships with individual people and entities — including customers, service users, colleagues, or suppliers — throughout your lifecycle with them, including finding new customers, winning their business, and providing support and additional services throughout the relationship, hiring and firing of employees and contractors, and managing relationships with owners, shareholders and investors.

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