Solution providers, such as DocuSign, help to ensure that companies do not fall victim to cyber-attacks. They offer clients with its eSignature solution which is more useful and convenient compared to the paper-based agreements process, which can be inefficient and expensive. This solution allows users to reduce costs and eradicate errors. However, many companies are reluctant to switch to digital as they are more comfortable with paper and fell that security is one of the main concern.
DocuSign allows users to place data in tamper-evident containers. They also offer advanced tamper-sealing, which reassures users that their information is well-protected. When people feel more comfortable that their data is safe, private and always available for their use, they are more open to all the great benefits of going digital such as a better user experience and a faster, easier and more convenient way to do business. Furthermore, they will understand the great experience and efficiency benefits because their personal lives are generally deeply involved with digital.
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This post may contain excerpts from an article entitled “DocuSign helps customers to digitise their workflows” published in The Business Times on 13 June 2018.