Irvine, Ca (PRWEB) April 16, 2013
A proven leader in digital document verification, DocVerify has teamed up with the major online form service, Wufoo, to enable business owners to implement fully customized web forms with electronic signature service in under 5 minutes. This provides the first online web form with e-signature integration, without the need for web development experience.
Adopters of the new service include doctor’s offices, universities, landlord’s, lending agents and other businesses, all of which have realized increased sales, improved customer loyalty and more streamlined and environmentally friendly operations.
Wufoo, a leading online form solution with clients such as Amazon, National Geographic and Microsoft, had this to say, “We’re proud to be working with DocVerify as the provider of our electronic and digital signatures,” Kate Brennan, Director of Business Development for SurveyMonkey (Wufoo’s parent company).
The Story Background
Many organizations have a vision for a paperless office, but signed hardcopy contracts represent a final sticking point to a more efficient and environmentally friendly workplace. Myths regarding electronic signatures not being legally binding are starting to subside and organization’s including major US banks, the US Military and state governments are starting to use this technology.
The new electronic signature form service from DocVerify and Wufoo allows business owners to:
● Easily design and implement a trustworthy, encrypted electronic signature form in minutes
● Attract new customers and maintain customer loyalty through improved services
● Avoid lost sales due to friction created by requiring signed documents via scanners and printers
● Operate all contractual and document management systems more easily, including NDA forms, service agreements and much more
● Track the document signing process via updates at every stage, Including opening, reading and signing
● Collect inbound marketing data to facilitate further company growth
CEO of DocVerify, Keith Bradley, stated:
“We wanted to tie in electronically signed documents with online forms in a way which was simple and accessible to anyone. The average technophobe could have this form implemented and looking fantastic in about 5 minutes.
“Wufoo is practically a household name brand and there’s no company we’d rather have created this excellent service with.”
Bradley went on to explain that “in addition to being functional, we wanted to make something which added the ‘wow factor’ to our client’s websites. Wufoo’s forms are as attractive as they are easy to make, a fact which is attested to by its impressive client list.”
DocVerify Company Background:
DocVerify was founded on the vision of making old-fashioned technology, such as fax machines and filing cabinets, near-obsolete by supplying some of the most reliable security and digital documentation verification systems on the market. The company is growing fast and is fully compliant with ISO, HIPAA, SOX, HITECH and UCC regulation standards. It continues to develop online digital document verification products and electronic signature services which are as accessible and easy to implement as they are secure.
Wufoo Company Background:
Wufoo is currently owned by SurveyMonkey and is designed to help make the implementation of online forms easy, accessible and, now, extremely secure. Wufoo was the first company to make an intuitive drag-and-drop style interface for custom online form creation, allowing users to easily select between fonts, fields and colors before copy and pasting a simple code snippet to the target website.
SurveyMonkey is the world's largest survey company, helping customers collect more than 1.5 million online survey responses every day. SurveyMonkey revolutionizes the way people give and take feedback, making it accessible, easy and affordable for everyone. The company was founded in 1999 with a focus on helping people make better decisions and has built technology based on more than 10 years of experience in survey methodology and Web development. Customers include 99 percent of the Fortune 500, academic institutions, small businesses, HR departments and neighborhood soccer leagues everywhere.
The company has more than 200 employees throughout the United States and Portugal, with headquarters in Palo Alto, CA.
Notes for Editors
Darcy Mayer is available for interviews on the subject of DocVerify’s new easy signature service in addition to commentary on the transition from paper documents to fully digitized service.