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As a first mover in the Microsoft ecosystem, eSignLive was the first e-signature provider to help integrate e-signatures into Microsoft applications. Today, eSignLive and Microsoft continue to collaborate to help all levels of government achieve end-to-end digital transformation - increasing speed and efficiencies within organizations and delivering better experiences for government personnel, partners and citizens.
Achieving digital government requires e-signatures. Many state and local organizations are already reaping the benefits. In this report, we profile seven of your peers and highlight the benefits they've achieved.
As all levels of government strive to become 100 percent digital, eSignLive has been a key enabling technology to help increase speed and innovation within the organization, as well as build better experiences for government personnel, partners and citizens.
Watch Government Technology magazine and eSignLive where you will hear how this technology is being used to streamline and modernize processes in a secure and economical way.
This complimentary report - Vendor Landscape, E-Signature, Q4 2016, written by Craig Le Clair with Alex Cullen, Enza Iannopollo & Madeline King helps enterprise architects assess the strengths and weaknesses of electronic signature providers.
In this webinar, we explore the trends that are influencing the transition to government mobile processes, and will also share the drivers behind e-signature implementation.
In this one-hour webcast , our panel of experts from eSignLive, Salesforce & Project Hosts will discuss the benefits of using a secure FedRAMP compliant cloud and how to fulfill the government’s paperless and “cloud-first” mandate securely and with confidence.
Hear how GSA, NASA JPL, the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Superior Courts of California and many other government organizations use electronic signatures to digitize their contracting processes.
Panelists from the Army, NIST and Salesforce offer insights around cloud services, security, costs and vendor transparency.