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Month: July 2013 (page 1 of 2)

Quick Tip – Correcting and Voiding a Document

Congratulations! You’ve successfully tagged and sent out an envelope. But when you take another look at it the next day, you realize you overlooked a minor detail and need something added. Or you may have…
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Top 5 Things You Need to Know to Keep Your Electronic Documents Legal and Secure

Most of us can probably agree that legality and security are incredibly complex topics. To help everyone grasp a better understanding of how both apply to electronic documents, DocuSign presented a partner webinar last week…
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Quick Tip – Reminders and Expirations

Using DocuSign, envelope senders have the ability to send reminders and set when envelopes will expire.  Reminders are a particularly useful DocuSign feature.  I’m sure you have come across people who need to be reminded…
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Customer Spotlight Haiku Learning – Closing Deals and Saving Rainforests

Contributed Article By: Daniel Thrall, Account Manager of Haiku Learning Here at Haiku Learning, we maintain a pretty paperless office, and DocuSign plays a role in helping us in our pursuit to save the rainforests….
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Quick Tip – Altering Recipients and Routes

The path of each document is different, having multiple signers and different senders. Knowing how to add and remove recipients on an envelope is essential to ensuring a document reaches the right people. Knowing how…
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Electronic Transaction Management – The Time is Now

Contributed Post By: Stephen Bisbee of eOriginal Since its inception in the late ‘90s, electronic transaction management (ETM) has gained momentum across a variety of industries including equipment leasing, security alarm contracting, consumer finance, mortgage and…
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Winning in the Digital Revolution

Our world is changing fast, and one of the fastest changing businesses is Real Estate. Mobile devices are saturating this industry—I don’t know a single real estate agent who would say they can live without…
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