Getting Started

Did you know that by 2017, 65% of enterprises will retire paper-based processes in favor of those based on digital transaction management? It’s easy to understand why: paper trails simply can’t meet the demanding quick pace of doing business in our globally connected world.

What’s worse? Paper isn’t secure. Paper documents can be misplaced; signatures can be forged. Even Hollywood knows better than to fully trust pen and ink: the movies “Talented Mr. Ripley” and “Catch Me If You Can” say more than we ever could about the importance of secure signatures.

That’s why we’ve put together this Getting Started eBook specifically for users of Microsoft Dynamics 365. We want to empower your organization to make the best possible decision on your eSignature software. Implementing eSignatures is a transformative change in your business processes, and we want you to be informed every step of the way. While we think AssureSign is the best option out there – and you can read in this eBook from a few customers who feel the same way – no two eSignature implementation processes are exactly alike, so it’s crucial you take into account what to look for in choosing the right eSignature provider for your specific business. If that sounds daunting, no worries. We’ll walk you through it.

As a Microsoft Dynamics 365 user, one of the most important considerations of any eSignature platform is whether it integrates with your CRM. The Getting Started eBook will guide you that and more. Here’s a quick look at what’s inside this eBook:

  1. An Introduction to Electronic Signatures
  2. How to Find the Right eSignature Provider
  3. Planning Your eSignature Implementation
  4. eSignature Implementation Success Stories
  5. Quick Reference eSignature Glossary

We hope you find this guide easy to follow and useful for your very own integration of eSignatures in your Microsoft Dynamics 365 platform.

 

 

 

Michelle Cloninger

Michelle Cloninger

Director of Sales and Marketing at AssureSign
As Director of Sales and Marketing, Michelle is responsible for employing tactical brand awareness and lead generation strategies to promote growth and increase overall company revenues. When away from the office, Michelle enjoys playing with her canine companion, Chandler or heading to a summer festival in the city with good company.
Michelle Cloninger