Signing documents on the go can be help your organization get official documents authorized in a timely manner. This saves you time, money and can potentially be the difference between a sale and an unhappy client.
EchoSign have a web-based system that allow you to sign documents directly from your device, securely and legally. The process is simple:
* Upload an electronic copy (or fax it in if you only have a hard copy) to EchoSign
* Enter the recipient?€™s email address and include a note
* Click to send
The document goes to the user’s BlackBerry where they can sign the document online. The document cannot be modified and the system is totally secure, making it an easy way to authorize any official document.
Before EchoSign, the process of sending documents back and forth was plagued with inefficiency. The document would be faxed or sent by Fedex, and then returned signed. The process could take anywhere from, at best, half an hour, to upwards of several business days. EchoSign brings us one step closer to the mobile office we all dream about, and it’s even eco-friendly.
Once you send the document from the web portal, your client will receive an email with instructions on how to sign the document.
The client can review the document with ease, and make sure it is ready to be signed. See the first image in this post for an example of what the signing process looks like.
Once signed, all parties are verified and it’s official. This is an incredibly simple process.