Are your business documents protected against breaches? You may have heard about the data breaches hitting big enterprises, but small and medium sized businesses are at risk too.
Automation is one of those popular business buzzwords. And it makes sense why. Who wants to spend all day seeing to repetitive tasks that can easily automated? Technologies like digital signing give organisations better ways to engage with employees, finalise contracts and build customer relations. These tools bring benefits across all industries.
Secured Signing has been recognized with the Great User Experience award for 2018 title by FinancesOnline. This reputed business software review platform acknowledged that our digital signature solution allows businesses to utilize basic and “advanced innovative features” to “quickly, easily, and securely” sign various types of documents.
Productivity is a tricky science to master for businesses. What works for one industry, company and even employee might not work for another. In many ways, that’s why productivity tools exist: to give even the smallest businesses a chance to intelligently and flexibly make improvements in a way that suits them. Productivity tools include those that allow safe but broad access to the information people need whenever they want it, digital signing tools for added speed and efficiency when handling documents, and data dashboards that give you insights across your entire enterprise at the click of a button.
Digital signatures are new, but not nearly as new as you might think. In the US, President Bill Clinton signed the Electronic Signatures In Global Commerce Act (ESIGN) in 2000, nearly twenty years ago. For context, that’s two years after Google and four years before Facebook. So it’s hardly untested territory. Digital signatures are faster and easier than traditional “wet” signatures, and here are seven reasons why.
You may have heard about digital signatures, but you’re not sure whether it has any practical benefit for your business. The case for digital signing is compelling. ● Eighty-percent of companies who implemented digital signatures saw a return on investment in the first year. ● Twenty-five percent saw ROI within three months. But the most immediate impact is the massive boost to productivity companies have seen on the back of digital signatures. We’ll discuss some of the most valuable uses for digital signatures using real-world examples.
In the last decade there has been much change in the tech world. One of those changes is the increase in popularity for systems integrations. Many customers are looking for system integrations, and rightly so, there are many benefits that come from an integration.
If achieving business growth in 2018 is a key priority for your business than you have come to the right place. Converting to digital signatures has helped many of our customers to experience significant business growth for several reasons.
Firstly, congratulations for deciding to ditch paper signatures and implementing an eSignatures solution. Your team and customers will thank you when they experience first-hand the increased efficiency and improved customer experience as a result of a digital signing solution.
Helping our customers improve their business is important to us. To accomplish this, we are innovative in our own thinking and agile in our approach. We have gained valuable insights from working with many different businesses over the years and through our E-Signature Q&A blog series we will share these insights with you.