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A Partnership Offering Customers the Best of Digital Transactions

A conversation with Stephen Bisbee, President and CEO of eOriginal. As there are two sides to every coin, there are also two sides to Digital Transaction Management. With eOriginal and DocuSign, these sides symbiotically come together…
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Don’t Risk Your Health (Data) with Paper

Walk into your doctor’s office and you’ll likely witness the trappings of those last holdouts of the digital revolution.  As you enter, you will be dazzled by the patchwork curtain of color-coded manila folders behind…
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IRS Expands Electronic SIgnature Form Acceptance

The IRS announced this week that it’s taking more positive steps towards making a painful process – paying taxes – a little less so for everyone involved.  In a March 12 alert, the IRS informed…
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A Secure Signature

In the past decade, we’ve smashed barriers in the international legal community for eSignatures and digital transaction management. Despite the recent NSA allegations and culture of uncertainty regarding the safety and sanctity of our data,…
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FHA Changes the Game for Real Estate Professionals and Mortgage Lenders

Yesterday’s announcement (Mortgagee Letter 2014-03) by the Federal Housing Administration to expand lender authority to accept electronic signatures on documents associated with mortgage loans is great news for the real estate industry and for DocuSign…
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National ESIGN Day 2013: This Sunday

Did you know this coming Sunday is National ESIGN Day? Three years ago, June 30 was designated by the U.S. Congress as National ESIGN Day. DocuSign led the charge to commemorate the day because on…
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Pagan Rituals—Or, Why Spring Cleaning Should Include Your Corporate Policies

In ancient times, the Anglo-Saxons held a festival every year on the day of the spring equinox in honor of mother goddess of the spring, called Eastre.  A rabbit was used as a symbol of…
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Pagan Rituals—Or, Why Spring Cleaning Should Include Your Corporate Policies

In ancient times, the Anglo-Saxons held a festival every year on the day of the spring equinox in honor of mother goddess of the spring, called Eastre.  A rabbit was used as a symbol of…
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Pagan Rituals—Or, Why Spring Cleaning Should Include Your Corporate Policies

In ancient times, the Anglo-Saxons held a festival every year on the day of the spring equinox in honor of mother goddess of the spring, called Eastre.  A rabbit was used as a symbol of…
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Successful Pilot of DocuSign by the IRS

Like many in the eSignature world, I am delighted by the announcement by the IRS earlier this week that  electronically signed forms will be accepted by the IRS, starting with the 4506-T, the request for…
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