At Dreamforce 2018, PactSafe CPO Eric Prugh sat with leaders from SaaS companies Sigstr, AskNicely, and DoubleDutch on CloudElements’ #PoweredByIntegration panel to discuss the importance and benefits of integrated products and prioritizing integrations with your product roadmap. This topic was particularly relevant, as here at PactSafe we just announced our exciting new product Chat-to-Sign. Integrating with SaaS tools Slack and Intercom, Chat-to-Sign allows users to create, send, and accept contracts directly through the tools they already exist in daily.
First, a personal note from our founder and CEO, Brian Powers:
So as not to bury the lede: today I am excited to announce Chat-to-Sign by PactSafe, integrations with Slack and Intercom to help businesses convert conversations into legally binding contracts. PactSafe will have an app on both app stores to enable the integration.When we first started PactSafe, we saw an opportunity to help legal teams embrace the ever changing, evolving landscape of technology. As we have learned from our customers over the years, almost every business has some focus on how to better use technology to reduce friction—whether it's internally or externally. Internally, it's called "operations". Externally, it's called the "experience". Either way, they're both incredibly important. Delivering experiences that are seamless, easy, and frictionless to both internal and external stakeholders are what will help your top line and bottom line.It's why we've invested so much in our API, integrations, and an extensible platform that can empower you to build the experience you need.Thank you for all your support now and in the future! Check out chat-to-sign and ask us what it could mean in terms of time savings for your business.-Brian
INDIANAPOLIS - September 19, 2018 - PactSafe, the workflow platform for contract acceptance, today announces the launch of Chat-to-Sign, a new product of its platform that integrates with collaboration hub Slack and customer messaging platform Intercom to allow signers to accept contracts inside of chat conversations.
Check for updates on our Dreamforce page!
It’s been three months since the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) went into effect, and some businesses are still working to get their compliance plans in place. While there’s a lot of GDPR-fatigue (Forbes’ breaks down several unexpected consequences of GDPR, like roadblocks for blockchain data storage, poor customer service, photography under GDPR compliance, and more), businesses still have to make the new adjustments associates with the regulation.
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INDIANAPOLIS – July 11, 2018 – PactSafe, a cloud-based contracting platform, today announces completion of a $5.5 million Series A funding round. The round was co-led by Mercury Fund and Signal Peak Ventures, along with repeat investors Elevate Ventures and Vulpes Testudo.
By now, marketers should know that the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) went into effect on May 25, 2018. A common belief is that double opt-in methods for email marketing solves the regulation’s requirement for gaining consent to collect and/or process a person's (or, data subject’s) data—but it doesn’t. Why? Let’s break it down.
E-signatures have been an important part of many businesses' digital transformation. They’ve reduced paper waste and time spent printing and scanning contracts by replacing ink on paper with digital ink on PDFs. E-signatures should be easy; however, e-signatures on PDFs are just a stepping stone to a truly digital contract workflow transformation.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has been enforceable for several weeks now. Leading up to its May 25 deadline, many marketers were (and still are) evaluating their consent capture and tracking methods, ensuring it was up to par with this new regulation. Where many fall short of compliance is by relying on double opt-in methods. Let us first state this: The information a double opt-in collects on its own is not enough to prove consent. When a user opts-in to your company’s newsletter by filling out a form, the link to complete the sign-up in the confirmation email does not provide the information needed to prove consent under the GDPR.
The present economy is trending towards being consumer-driven. That is, not only do your customers want instant access to your services anywhere at anytime (usually via a mobile device), they want it to be easy to use and self-service.