The impact of COVID-19 means that many businesses in Australia (and globally) now have employees working remotely.
While many organisations have eased into remote working, there are still a number of businesses using processes that have manual, printed, or face-to-face components. Document signing is perhaps the best example of this.
An added obstacle is that not all employees have access to hard copies or printers at home. So, what options are available to organisations?
One of the quickest and easiest solutions your business can implement is that of electronic signatures.
What are the key benefits of electronic signatures?
1. Faster turnaround
A digitally signed product can be sent in minutes, not days. Think about the time it takes to print off a document, organise a courier to pick it up and have the signed document returned.
2. A higher level of security
Adobe Sign, for example, is certified compliant with the world’s most rigorous security standards and it complies with a wide range of privacy regulations. Not only this, but an electronic signature contains traceable information such as who signed it and when they signed it. You can also lock the file so that the document cannot be tampered with or changed.
3. Lower transaction costs
There are obvious cost-savings in time with electronic signatures but there are also cost-savings in paper, printing and copying, and postage costs.
Adobe Sign is one of the easiest electronic signature solutions to automate your document workflows on the web, on the phone, or inside your favourite application. It’s fast to deploy and easy to use.
For information on the key features of Adobe Sign, click on the image below:
If you would like to learn more about Adobe Sign, please get in touch.