Now, with our integration of eSignature capability and migration to digital documentation, ICverify® is even easier to use for clients and contractors. At the same time, we’re saving trees and reducing our carbon footprint.
Foster City, CA (PRWEB) June 28, 2011
ICon Professional Services, the nation’s leading provider of comprehensive Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) solutions for independent contractor compliance and contingent workforce management, has integrated electronic signature technology into its iConnect platform and related business processes. The enhanced capability will allow the company to provide better customer service, increase efficiencies, and reduce transaction costs for all parties, while minimizing the use and related energy costs of paper.
The company has reproduced its printed forms as e-signable digital documents and can easily add that functionality to client documents where appropriate. By using eSignatures, clients, contractors, and ICon staff will spend less time and money printing, faxing, and mailing forms that require signatures. The technology guides the contractor or client hiring manager, field by field, through the completion of digital forms, and automatically routes the document for any required approvals before returning it to ICon for processing. Errors are reduced, paper is saved, and transactions are executed faster.
“ICon re-invented contingent workforce management,” said Patricia Griffin, ICon CEO, “with our innovative use of technology to automate contractor classification and compliance. In addition to ICverify®’s incomparable value proposition based on transaction speed, high accuracy, and low cost, clients prefer our solution because it is the easiest to use. Now, with our integration of eSignature capability and migration to digital documentation, ICverify® is even easier to use for clients and contractors. At the same time, we’re saving trees and reducing our carbon footprint. It’s all good!”
After a successful pilot project, ICon is rolling the eSignature technology out to all clients. Paper-based documentation will still be accepted for an interim period, and then by exception for offline contractors