Last week, I had the pleasure of spending the day with some very tech savvy realtors at the GoodLife Team’s REiNVENTION conference in Austin. Among other things, the attendees were there to learn new techniques to become truly paperless, and we were honored to have the opportunity to share our plans for DocuSign and learn from these forward-thinking realtors.
There were two things that literally every attendee had in common. They all had iPads and they all use Evernote. Now I’m a big fan of Evernote. Whether it’s taking meeting notes, collecting data and sketches for new products or organizing adoption paperwork, Evernote is a must have tool for personal and business use. But seriously, these realtors put me to shame. They use Evernote to collect photos, offers, disclosures and all kinds of documents related to a real estate transaction.
Not surprisingly, a lot of those documents need signatures from multiple parties, and that’s where DocuSign comes in. Today, we’re proud to announce the latest release of DocuSign Ink for iPad and iPhone that supports Evernote! For the millions of Evernote and DocuSign users out there, you’re now able to set up Evernote as a document source in DocuSign Ink, import documents to get legally binding signatures and then put those documents back into Evernote once completed.
This is a great new feature for anyone who’s using Evernote to manage documents. It combines the great productivity features of Evernote with the security, convenience and ease of use that DocuSign Ink users have come to expect. I’m also excited that we’re the first eSignature company to offer this kind of iPad and iPhone integration with Evernote.
So, if you haven’t done it already, head on over the Apple App store and download DocuSign Ink, and if you’ve already got DocuSign Ink, be sure to update your app to take advantage of our cool new integration with Evernote.