eFileCabinet Debuts e‐Signature Capability for Document Management
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eFileCabinet, Inc., a provider of paperless software solutions, announced a partnership with RightSignature LLC, the all‐in‐one e‐signature solution to offer digital signatures across the suite of eFileCabinet products. This allows users to quickly and easily collect signatures via the Internet.
“By partnering with RightSignature, we are able to incorporate e‐signatures into our document management suite of products to close the loop to create a totally paperless solution,” said Matt Peterson, president and CEO of eFileCabinet, Inc. “Users will not only be able to save on paper, but streamline their business so they can service more clients, close deals in seconds, and generate more revenue.”
eFileCabinet’s eSignature is a tool powered by RightSignature that enables businesses to easily send documents for signature online. Benefits include automatic document management of collected signatures; digital signatures captured on a computer, iPad, or any smart phone; legally binding electronic signature capability with bank‐level security; a dashboard to check status of signatures; time‐saving templates; and integration with workflow and software applications.
“RightSignature’s electronic signatures and eFileCabinet’s document management solutions are a natural fit,” said Daryl Bernstein, CEO of RightSignature LLC. “Now eFileCabinet users can obtain robust RightSignature e‐signatures on their business‐critical notes and documents, eliminating the pain of printing, coping, and faxing, to collect a signature."
eFileCabinet’s eSignature is now available. Learn more and request a demo. Current customers can purchase by contacting their Account Manager at (877) 574-5505.
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