Recently, DocuSign introduced digital signatures on the DocuSign Global Network, which enhances the support for E.U. Directive n.93/1999.
DocuSign makes it simple and quick for users to get their documents signed. The service provides the easiest, quickest and one of the safest ways to get a signature, whether they need to close a big sales contract, keep their company trade secrets safe with an NDA or buy a home.
With this new product, customers of DocuSign can now import digital certificates they already own. If they don’t have any signatures, the company has numerous certificate partners from whom the users can buy their very own digital signatures.
Companies and organizations utilize the services offered by DocuSign to get legally binding eSignatures, saving time and money as the companies don’t have to spend on postage and photocopies.
It also provides completely automate end-to-end business processes, which makes business easier and faster, the company stated.
“DocuSign has become the global standard for eSignature by offering the most powerful, robust and secure platform on the market,” said Tom Gonser, founder and chief strategy officer, DocuSign. “Adding support for digital signatures to the DocuSign platform will help even more customers achieve faster speed to results, reduced costs and better customer experiences. It’s important to ensure customers can leverage their prior investments in digital certificates.”
In 2010, the company partnered with iPipeline, a provider of on-demand sales distribution software for the insurance and financial services markets. According to the agreement, iPipeline was to deploy DocuSign eSignature technology into its e-Policy Solution. The project was set to unveil in beta version on July 1, 2010.
More than a dozen insurance carriers are contracted to start using this innovative iPipeline e-Policy Solution.
Edited by Braden Becker