Contract design is crucial for enterprise businesses that want to stay ahead. Businesses that hope to scale efficiently are beginning to take contract design more seriously.
Between 1999 and 2000, the two main eSignature laws were signed into effect: the Electronic Signature in Global and National Commerce Act (ESIGN) and the Uniform Electronic Transactions Act (UETA). These two laws, among others, ensure that digital signatures have the same legal status as contracts signed via pen and paper.
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This blog post was originally published in 2017 and has been updated.
Technology has come a long way since dial-up modems and bag phones. Have you seen the iPhone X?! While many are excited for innovations like smart devices and self-driving cars, they still seem tied to virtual ink and paper. Why is that?
As a small to midsize business, you don’t have time to waste on cumbersome processes. At the speed business moves today, you can't let a bottleneck like traditional contracting slow down your sales cycle and impact revenue. In this post, we'll outline the modern signing methods now available for you to send to customers and reduce the amount of time between opportunity and close.
There's no nice way to say this: traditional contracting processes are cumbersome. Overreliance on manual processes and a disorganized workflow too often translates into numerous back and forth between parties, needless paper pushing, and excessive redlining. And that doesn't even include the natural time suck already inherent in most manual processes. In this post, we've outlined three concrete steps you can implement to take back the time and money you're currently wasting in the contract lifecycle and increase your sales velocity.
Companies in today’s “get it done yesterday” world need a workflow that allows them to do high volumes of business without increasing risk or spoiling user experience. A clickthrough agreement—a box or button that a user checks or clicks to manifest their acceptance of a website legal agreement—is perfect for this. A clickthrough is the preferred, enforceable way to present clear and concise reasons for why you want to collect your users’ data.
According to a 2016 IACCM study, 83% of employees dislike their internal contracting process---what would your employees say about yours? Our latest infographic covers to need for contract workflows to adapt for the consumer-driven economy of today.