If you're anything like us here at PactSafe, you are obsessed with Mike Judge and Alec Berg’s comedy about the American tech industry: Silicon Valley. The show, which just started it's fourth season last month, centers around a group of young entrepreneurs trying to make it big despite the hijinks they regularly find themselves in. Silicon Valley successfully satirizes the tech goliaths and the startup world, in a hilarious and completely relatable way.
We're just now exploring the integrations that are possible with the Contract Execution Platform, and the only problem is that there are so many places to start. We serve legal teams, sales teams, and development teams, so the possibilities are endless as far as productized integrations. Naturally, we turned to our customers and looked at what they wanted to achieve. What resulted was a native integration to Salesforce that allows sales folks to connect your Opportunities to the PactSafe Contract Execution Platform to send contracts for acceptance or esignature.
We’ve pioneered how contract execution is presented and tracked inside web and mobile apps, and we’re coming 'atcha today to help you find the best features to streamline your own workflows to follow suit. PactSafe's contract execution platform helps eliminate friction by engaging customers how and where they want. One feature completely unique to PactSafe that guides this strategy is SMS contract execution.
Read on about the SMS feature or dive deeper into Innovative eSignature alternatives for Developers on ProgrammableWeb.
The Forbes 2016 State of the Cloud Report details the five stages that companies go through before committing to trusting various aspects of the cloud (denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance). For software as a service companies, trusting the cloud is an unspoken agreement between teams and the force of the internet. If the cloud goes down, we're all doomed! Quite literally.
Getting customers to sign your contracts can be as easy as sending an email when tracking acceptance through submitting a mobile-friendly click through agreement.
The European Union’s new Global Data Protection Regulation will begin to take effect in 2018, and the legislation is dictating wholesale changes for companies when it comes to the handling of customer data & privacy practices. With heavy fines and increased enforcement budgets, the corporate penalties for mistakes are far more real and penal than past privacy initiatives dictated from jurisdictions outside the United States.
The proof is in the pudding. And to establish the fact or truth of a statement, there needs to be proof. What denotes adequate proof? Proof typically comes in the form of evidence at the scene of a crime or a witness. Often times, it ends with "my word against yours."
Think about this: When an online customer is trying to cash in on a warranty or uphold the contents of their membership agreement, there aren't witnesses or any piece of tangible evidence to prove this. Therefore, how do we prove that their warranty isn't expired? Prove that their membership was paid in full?
Whether by accepting a clickwrap agreement online or maually signing a piece of paper, contracts cross our paths every day. Salesforce and every other SaaS teams spend hours perfecting their sales cycles with the best practices for closing deals. These tips help us personalize the sale and serve our customers' needs, but what happens after that?
A new release is here and it's time to party! Check out the new features we've added to the platform. We're really excited to add features that will bring you confidence in your contract experience.
Similar to using a clickwrap for signing contracts, clicking or tapping through an agreement in order to sign can also be used in the same way to gain customers acceptance to your website.