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In this information-packed presentation, we provide an overview of the basic terminology, concepts and laws related to electronic signatures and show you a live demonstration. With this solid foundation, you will be able to get your e-signature project off to a fast and successful start.
In this step-by-step video, we 'll show you how to create e-signature transactions to send to members with just a few clicks.
Help fine tune and improve your operational processes by incorporating e-signatures into your workflow processes. Watch this 60 minute presentation, with eSignLive and AIIM, on keeping your digital documents digital, and improving your operational efficiency.
In this step-by-step video tutorial, we'll show you how to control which documents your recipients can view and sign in a transaction using the Document Visibility feature.
Watch this webinar with eSignLive and guest speaker, Zhi Ying Ng from Forrester Research, to learn how mobile e-signatures can be used to support new customer acquisition and upselling and to unlock the full potential of mobile apps.
eSignLive has given its e-signature service a face-lift to provide you with a more intuitive experience for preparing and sending documents out for e‑signature. Watch the webcast to learn more.
Achieve greater automation by adding e-signatures to your Nintex Workflows with eSignLive for Nintex SharePoint.
Watch this webcast that will help you better understand this strategic technology and the value behind digitizing your operations and offer customers a more secure, convenient and efficient digital banking experience.
See how OneMain, formerly Springleaf Financial Services, positioned itself for exponential growth – using e-signatures to make it faster and easier for consumers to get a loan, in the channel of their choice.