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Dynamics 365 eSignature Integration

Microsoft’s CRM User Group (CRMUG) is currently hosting its tenth User Group Summit, where end-users of the tech giant’s CRM—Dynamics 365— gather to network and learn of new solutions and innovative trends. Summit garners many of Microsoft’s MVPs and integrated partners, yielding great networking opportunities and even offer solutions showcases in the conference’s expo hall.   While AssureSign’s platform integrates with many popular CRMs, it’s our Dynamics integration that distinguish us from the competition. In fact, it… Read more »

Identifying your eSignature Implementation Team

Congratulations! You’re ready to replace those paper-based processes with ones incorporating eSignatures! You’ve realized the cost advantage, conducted a thorough vetting of potential vendors, and selected the provider that fits your long term needs. Now it’s time to begin your plan for implementing eSignature technology. What’s the most important ingredient in your esignature implementation? Your… Read more »

How to Choose Your eSignature Provider (Part 2 of 2)

In the previous post, we shared some insights for how to narrow your choice of eSignature providers down to a short list. Now it’s time to get really specific with each vendor who is still in the running to earn your business. It’s time to put your finalists through the gauntlet. The first step is… Read more »

How to Choose Your eSignature Provider (Part 1 of 2)

Yogi Berra famously quipped, “When you come to a fork in the road, take it!” Unfortunately, choosing business software providers isn’t quite so simple. Adopting and implementing electronic signatures to increase the efficiency and profitability of your business is a great step, but not one to be taken lightly. Implementing eSignatures is very much like… Read more »

Counting the Costs of eSignatures

The phrase “cost of doing business” is used so often we forget what it means. What are the costs of doing business, your business? One such cost is signatures. Yes, the physical act of signing a piece of paper costs money, mainly in the form of the paper that your customers are signing. Do you… Read more »

eSignatures: Use Cases for Any Organization

Anytime a new technology, innovation, or specific process makes its way through several industries, those people who are always looking for ways to make their own improvements will seek out the best uses of the best new tools. Further, these same people don’t just jump on the bandwagon just to be cool. Rather, they first… Read more »

Who Has Adopted eSignature?

We are in the midst of a movement away from wet, blue ink on contracts and towards electronic signatures. The reasons for the strength of this movement include speed, efficiency, verifiability, customer experience, and the cost of printing, shipping, and storing all that paper. Those are just a few of the reasons that entire industries… Read more »

Customer Experience Is King

The movement towards electronic signatures continues to accelerate for many sectors of the enterprise. Businesses big, small, and medium are making the digital transformation for more than just what we in the business would consider “obvious” reasons. As the e-signature marketplace continues to grow, mature, and accelerate across the enterprise, we continue to see new applications… Read more »

Three Major Considerations Before You Move to eSignatures

According to Aragon Research, enterprise businesses today have many reasons and motivations to begin the movement towards digital transactions. In the 2015 research report, Moving Beyond Paper, Aragon provides solid industry data for three major reasons that any enterprise should be considering electronic signature technology as an integral part of its digital transformation. At a… Read more »

Remember “Analog”?

There are many things that we can look back on fondly about 20th century life that have significantly changed in this new digital world. Just to name a few, we’ve seen the transformation of music, telephones, accounting, research, books, data, and connectivity.   The Content Remains the Same These things that have been transformed before… Read more »