Replace “click to print” with “click to sign” in your E-Contracting Processes

By Maris Listello

May 05, 2015 at 6:33 AM

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Join My Purchasing Center for this webcast on Thursday, May 28 at 2pm ET.

Businesses and government organizations of all sizes revolve around contracts that require signatures and approvals. The irony is that though most contract and procurement processes are created in digital format, they are then printed to paper for signature, causing huge inefficiencies and delays in getting both the contract signed and the project started. This was the case with the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) – a federally funded R&D facility managed by the California Institute of Technology. While JPL had partially automated the creation and review process of their contracts, they were still dropping back to paper for signature on more than 30,000 contracts annually, generating a tremendous amount of paper and manual effort to manage, distribute, archive and retrieve.


Like JPL, eliminating paper from contracting processes is a top priority for many organizations interested in reducing cycle times, costs and legal risks.

If you’re interested in learning how your prospects, customers, partners and suppliers can use e-signatures to get documents signed and keep contract and procurement workflows paperless, join us for this complementary web seminar on May 28, 2015 at 2pm ET. In this webcast, presented by e-SignLive and JPL, you will learn:

• How e-signatures can take paper contracts out of employees’ hands & move those documents online into a secure, automated process
• ROI metrics – including reduction in cycle times & costs
• Deployment options & ease of integration with existing Microsoft tools like SharePoint, CRM Dynamics and OneNote
• How strong security will help ensure buy-in from legal stakeholders

This is a great opportunity to hear firsthand how e-signatures can replace pen and paper as the standard method to executing contracts.

Presenters:

Steven Simpson, Project Acquisition Manager, JPL

Mary Ellen Power, VP Marketing e-SignLive by Silanis

Moderator:

Susan Avery, Editor My Purchasing Center


Sponsored by:

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