Published By: DocuSign
Published Date: Feb 13, 2017
DocuSign electronic signatures are valid and legally binding around the world. In fact, they are more enforceable than traditional handwritten signatures. Hear from DocuSign's Chief Legal Officer, Ken Moyle, and DocuSign's Founder, Tom Gonser, about how DocuSign delivers the highest levels of legal enforceability and is the only eSignature provider to warrant compliance with the Federal ESIGN Act.
"In today’s intensely competitive marketplace, the business world is moving rapidly to online transactions from inefficient, costly, paper-based processes. Furthermore, consumers expect to be able to interact digitally anytime, anyplace, so providing easily accessible digital touchpoints is also critical to successfully keeping and retaining your customers.
No matter the size or type of business you’re in, you want to save money and increase revenue. And you want to make it all easy. Electronic signatures are a powerful way to accomplish all that.
Read the report to learn how leading companies across industries are improving critical business processes using eSignatures to achieve:
- Greater customer satisfaction
- Higher close rates and productivity
- Lower costs, greater efficiency
- Improved time to revenue
- Compliance and security-risk mitigation"
Document signing certificates enable organizations to digitally sign Adobe®, Microsoft Office® and other document types, marking them with visual trust indicators that verify the publisher’s identity—an indication that the document has not been altered.
With document signing certificates organizations can authenticate documents, allowing for secure and efficient electronic transmission of official papers including legal documents, invoices, engineering plans and diagrams, diplomas, charters and more while reducing costs associated with printing and maintaining paper files.
This white paper will discuss:
The history of document signing
What digital signatures are and how they function
The benefits and objectives of implementing document signing certificates
Real world use cases of document signing certificates
Learn how e-signatures remove the last barrier between a hybrid paper to digital workflow to an all-electronic process, dramatically accelerating closure in any type of transaction that requires a contract.
This white paper shows how IT departments can help the business implement a solution that integrates with existing business applications and transforms procurement into a fast, agile process—all in a trusted environment.
Electronic signatures (e-signatures), which are easily implemented from the cloud, help speed up the sales process by reducing errors and bottlenecks, while also ensuring greater security and mobility.
This paper explores electronic and digital signatures and shows how Adobe solutions let you work with either approach, or a combination of the two. Adobe Sign is an Adobe Document Cloud solution that manages signature processes from end to end, integrates easily with existing business processes and provides a quick return on investment.
While most business is digital, most organizations still rely on paper for the “last foot” of the process: the sign-off. Continued reliance on paper-based signatures is fraught with risks, including impeding productivity, reducing visibility, hampering compliance?and diminishing the customer experience. Electronic signatures (e-signatures), which are easily implemented from the cloud, help speed up the sales process by reducing errors and bottlenecks, while also ensuring greater security and mobility.
In property and casualty insurance, closing new business quickly is key. The longer you leave documents on the kitchen table for signature, the higher the risk of drop-off. Today, people are online. That’s where they want to do business, and they are rewarding carriers and agents who can provide a fast and convenient digital experience.
This eBook shows you how P&C companies of all sizes are using electronic signature technology get documents securely signed online – on any mobile device or computer, from anywhere, in minutes.
This white paper explains the role local tax compliance plays
in successful supply chain management and e-business initiatives more broadly and how leading global brands and governments are addressing this need.
How many paper invoices do you receive every year? How many invoices come attached to emails as PDFs? What if every invoice you received came directly into your accounts payable application with all the information you need to process it. Sounds like a dream, but we can help you make it a reality. Watch this video to learn more!
An introduction to electronic signature technology for banks:
What it is, why you need it, how it works and who in the banking industry is using e-signature solutions to automate customer-facing transactions. This guide answers common questions,
shares ROI metrics and outlines best practices based on 20 years of transforming business processes and customer experience with electronic signatures.
In this case study from Ombud Open Research, you will learn how US Bank is using electronic signature technology to streamline account openings and SMB loans. With e-signatures deployed across more than 3,000 branches, US Bank is leveraging both the Silanis on-premise e-signature solution and the Silanis cloud e-signature service for different processes. As a result, they have achieved operational efficiencies, improved customer experience and increased top-line revenue. The bank is currently e-signing 460,000 documents each week – a number that will continue to grow as US Bank’s initial implementation of electronic signatures is currently being re-purposed across the entire organization.
While we tend to think about mobility largely as a consumer phenomenon, it is also changing how the workforce carries out business. With so much being done beyond traditional office walls, many insurance companies, financial service organizations and even government agencies are adopting mobile devices as productivity tools and developing enterprise apps for these devices. Electronic signature technology is pivotal to enabling mobile transactions beyond just informational apps. Not only in terms of straight-through processing (STP), but also for full compliance, legal enforceability and record retention. With most organizations’ mobile strategies still in the early stages, this article provides a starting point to help you better understand mobile e-signatures for business. It reviews the top 10 capabilities that businesses need in order to properly equip their customer-facing workforce with mobile e-signing.