Getting Started

Everyday, we hear the term “digital transformation” as it applies to tech and non-tech industries big and small. The movement of the 21st century is clearly to make everything digital. One of the most powerful digital changes is our signatures. Your signature represents your commitment, so it’s a vital part of any economy. Taking signatures into the digital realm will ultimately have a similar effect on the economy as ecommerce has had on retail product sales.

Yes, it’s that big! And electronic signatures are within your grasp. You don’t have to be a Fortune 500 company to consider implementing eSignatures to make your business more efficient and profitable. Any business, big or small, can and should, begin enabling their company for a ‘digital transformation’ through the use of electronic signatures.

We believe that so much that we have published a complete guide to exactly that. We’re giving you start to finish instructions for implementing electronic signatures within your organization. Obviously, we hope you’ll choose AssureSign for all your esignature needs, but even if you don’t, you’ll be well prepared for the journey into your business’ digital transformation.

Here’s a quick preview of what we’ve created for you:

  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 implementation of electronic signatures.

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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