Today we are excited to announce the launch of our Salesforce integration on the CRM platform’s AppExchange. The PactSafe platform's unrivaled modern signing methods are built to expedite the process of getting contracts signed. Customers like ForeScout use PactSafe and its Salesforce integration to save their sales team time, keep operations teams happy with better data hygiene, and improve the user experience for signers with its one-of-a-kind “click-to-sign” and “text-to-sign” signing methods.
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Slow, faulty, or an entire lack thereof—a Contract Management process can be a huge road block within numerous company sales cycles. Traditional contract management processes like manual paper pushing, review, approvals, and more can really slow down your business. An online process can cut out a lot of unnecessary steps within your contract lifecycle. By going digital, you can transform how your organization manages risk, and ultimately shorten your sales cycle and reduce spending. We're not just talking about putting files in Dropbox, or moving things from desks to email...
Implementing an eSignature strategy is one thing, but taking full advantage of that strategy is another. When using an electronic signature as part of your contract process, you’re already taking a huge step towards a more streamlined, accelerated form of business. But there are a few more things you need to be sure you’re doing to really capitalize off this technology.
We are thrilled to announce our new blog series, PactSafe Take 5, where we dive into how different industries and professionals are adapting to new technologies and using them to improve how they do business with customers. The best part? These valuable features will take little more than 5 minutes out of your day.
You may have questions about the legitimacy of the click-to-sign eSignature, and rightfully so. How can clicking a button be as legally enforceable as signing your name? Doesn’t an electronic signature need to look like an ink signature?
Basically every commercial website you stumble upon these days will present you with some form of click-through agreement upon registration. Whether this be creating a new social media account or signing up for a daily newsletter from your favorite website, chances are you will probably have to click some sort of “I Accept” button before continuing on. Clicking that button is just as legally enforceable as putting pen to paper, but it’s a LOT more efficient. Here’s how: