DocuSign's Cloud-Based Services Offer Speed, Reliability to Businesses


DocuSign's Cloud-Based Services Offer Speed, Reliability to Businesses

By Jody Ray Bennett

DocuSign recently announced its integration with Softchoice Cloud, a cloud-based platform that supports Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) applications. As a global leader in the management of electronic signature transactions with its eSignature solution, DocuSigns integration with Softchoice Cloud will simplify dealing with SaaS applications on all levels, from the initial purchase and management to the deployment and support.

This move also allows users of the Softchoice Cloud service to see the ROI of DocuSign’s eSignature solution, allowing businesses to easily add electronic signatures to processes involved in SaaS applications, as well as improve the way customers interact with their services.

Joe Fuca, DocuSign’s senior vice president of global sales and partners, lauds the move. In a recent article, he said, “DocuSign and Softchoice share a common belief that security, convenience and simplicity are essential to helping businesses of every size benefit from the Cloud.”

Due to the companies’ shared ideals, the collaboration has added value to both businesses and individuals needing eSignature solutions for cloud-based services and SaaS applications.

With DocuSign’s e-signature offerings being used more and more within global business, the company’s own eSignature solution having set a global standard, both Softchoice and DocuSign’s leaders are satisfied with the collaboration between the two companies.

Kevin Wright, Softchoice’s CIO and chief architect of cloud services, recognizes the need for e-signatures in the realm of digital business, and is pleased by DocuSign’s complementary offerings to their own cloud-based services.

With a daily increase of 60,000 users on DocuSign’s Global Network, more and more enterprises, businesses and individuals are standardizing with DocuSign’s eSignature solutions. In addition to offering electronic signature solutions, DocuSign also allows its users to track and easily send eSignatures.

As a testament to DocuSign’s pervasiveness, 90 percent of the Fortune 500 have utilized the company’s eSignature solution, and more than 27 million people have electronically signed over 200 million documents.

Edited by Braden Becker

MSPToday Contributing Writer

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