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How to move your business into the 21st Century


The 14 years since the turn of the century have seen unprecedented change to the way organizations — and their customers — do their business. And the old saying ‘evolve or die’ has never been so apt.

Companies of all shapes and sizes now face the mission-critical — and constant — task of adapting new technology to improve their efficiency and productivity.

We’ve put together some of the more important trends we think you need to embrace in order to future-proof your business, and stay ahead of the field as this chaotic century continues apace!

1. Social Media

The rise of social media — and its impact on how businesses interact with their customers — has been one of the most seismic shifts in recent years. The numbers say it all; while a billboard on Times Square will be passed by an average of 350,000 people on a daily basis, or a commercial during the Oscars viewed by 48 million people, Facebook alone has an average of 128 million users every day and more than a billion in total!

Increasingly, people expect to be able to interact with your business publicly, in real-time. Social media represents an amazing opportunity to reach more people, promote your business, deliver outstanding customer service, and resolve consumer grievances to minimize churn.

Our top tips for dealing with the social craze are:
Ensure you have a well-branded presence on Facebook and Twitter.
Create a social media calendar so you can plan your content output and campaigns in advance
Monitor the channels regularly and make sure you respond to all comments and messages — good and bad!

2. Responsive Design

Another earth-shattering development over recent years has been the staggering growth of mobile devices. Whereas back in Y2K you’d be most likely to use your phone purely for calling and texting (with the occasional game of Snake thrown in…) we now use mobile devices everywhere, and for pretty much everything. 75% of Americans even admit to bringing their phone to the bathroom! Invariably, customers now expect a truly consistent experience, whichever device they use to reach your business.

That’s why it’s absolutely vital to ensure that you’re using responsive design on your website. ‘Responsive design’ just means that your website recognizes which device a viewer is using and displays an optimized version for that device.

3. Go Paperless

Going paperless is not only an amazing thing to do for the environment, it can make a difference to your bottom line. The average employee prints an astonishing 10,000 sheets of paper every year2 which is an unnecessary expense you could surely do without!

Going paperless is also a great way to streamline your processes and manage projects more efficiently. Cutting down on the amount of paper in your business ensures important decisions and processes are no longer informed by flimsy scraps of paper and manual spreadsheets — while providing the peace-of-mind that your important documents are securely backed up and protected.

Check out our related article: 5 ways to move towards a paperless office

4. File Storage

The days of huge filing cabinets jamming up your office space are surely a thing of the past! There are too many advantages to mention when it comes to cloud storage. It’s inexpensive, saving you the expense of costly backups, and, since your data is encrypted, it’s infinitely more secure. It’s also easy for the relevant people to gain access, great for collaboration and — of course — saves your physical space.

With such a wide range of affordable options available, it seems crazy that businesses continue to run the risk of losing precious documents as a result of fire or flood. If you’re looking for manageability, security and as much cloud storage as your company needs, you should definitely check out our amazing sister company, Copy.

5. Security

A lot of things have changed over the years, but — unfortunately — cyber threats have been one, unwelcome constant. Security techniques have certainly evolved, but then, so have the risks. It’s absolutely vital that you take precautions to keep your business safe.

According to IBM, there’s a 12% year to year increase in security events, causing catastrophic financial damage. On average, companies are attacked 16,856 times a year, with many of these leading to quantified data breaches.3

There are a number of things to consider to ensure you’re protected, from firewalls, to anti-virus scans, and encryption of your sensitive data. Success often boils down to planning; how are you meeting the threats that are ‘out there’ and do you have a contingency plan to put into action if the worst happens — an early response can hugely mitigate the impact of an attack!

6. eSignatures

As technology has soared over recent years, many processes have been simplified and streamlined. But, bizarrely, the act of getting a document signed up is as sluggish and inefficient as ever, with businesses still relying on archaic methods to get the job done.

Using eSignatures, you can forget about the printing, signing, scanning, mailing and — above all — WAITING, associated with the old-fashioned techniques. eSignatures are legally binding, just like real signatures, and they allow your staff, clients and partners to sign documents digitally (across multiple devices) and have them back to you in a matter of minutes.

Check out our related article, The one thing 60% of the Fortune 500 do to boost productivity, to find out more about eSignatures and SignNow!

Get with the times!

The world has never turned so fast, certainly with regard to technological innovation. And, while that makes it (in our humble opinion) probably the most exciting time in living memory to do business, it also presents unique challenges. You need to move with the times, keep your finger on the pulse and ensure that you’re utilising every technical advantage you possibly can.

We hope the ideas we’ve outlined above give you some ideas to harness technology and new media to make your business more efficient, productive and profitable than ever before!


How To Use Technology In Your Business To Save An Hour a Day

save-timeIn an idea world, we’d all like to get thing’s done quickly and efficiently. But after the impromptu meetings, unexpected phone calls and everything else that may come your way during business hours, it often seems impossible to tackle that ever-growing to-do list.

If you find that there isn’t enough time in the day to get everything done, then check out these tools that will help you save an hour a day – at least!

#1 Social Media Management Tool

So it’s no state secret just how important social media is for your business, but it’s quite a time consuming task right? Well, not if you try using a social media management tool. This is the best way to manage all of your feeds in one place – and it can seriously shave hours off your busy day.

You’ve probably heard of the most popular ones like Hootsuite or TweetDeck, but there’s a whole variety platforms out there – tailored to suit businesses of all sizes. When shopping for a social media management tool, take into consideration the social feeds that you use, how much – if any – do you want to spend on it, and how often you’ll be using it.

How can it save my time?

Well apart from the obvious that both you and your team can use it to see all of your feeds in one place, there’s quite a few advantages. When it comes to posting your content, you can schedule your posts to appear on a certain date and time. This is extra handy as you can set aside some time each month to schedule all of your content, then you don’t need to worry about it each day!

Another great advantage is that some tools let you set up direct feeds to various content around the web that will be related to your business, so if you’re struggling for topics to post about, then you can just check out your personalized feeds. One of the best reasons to use a tool like this is for analytics. You’ll get to learn what works for your business and what doesn’t.

#2 Project Management System

This is definitely a great investment if you want to save time, particularity for those who work in a marketing department, or for those who work on longer projects for customers. A good project management tool will help you collaborate as a team, see where the project is up to, set step-by-step targets to reach for each stage of the project, and make sure it is delivered on time. Some even offer video calling so that you can instantly speak to people who may not be in the office.

There’s a lot out of tools out that offer this, so shop wisely and choose one to suit your business. If you can’t afford to pay then try Google Docs for a great, free alternative to collaborating on projects.

How can it save my time?

If you find yourself arranging meetings to discuss projects, rather than getting on with the task at hand, then this is where a project management system can help you. Each member of your team will get their own log in so you can all collaborate with each other in one place – and only when necessary.

It also helps that everyone can see a timeline of when they are supposed to be working on the project and what their job is. Keeping everything in one manageable place will help bring order and clarity to an often messy system.

#3 File Sharing Tools

Although you could share files using email, there’s often a restriction on the size that you can send – and that’s why a file sharing tool is perfect. A decent file sharing site will let you store large files in the cloud, share them with anyone on the web, and often will update automatically to your computer so you can access files instantly.

There’s a great range of file sharing tools available and many of them are free depending on how large your file is. If you do need to send large files on a daily basis then it is worth signing up for a paid account. Dropbox, Box and TransferBigFiles are all great apps to use.

How can it save my time?

It can seriously take the headache out of trying finding a way to send files to customers, clients or employees who may not be in the office. In addition to sharing files, one of the greatest benefits with apps like Dropbox is that when you are sent a file, it will instantly download onto your computer, so you don’t even have to wait for somebody to tell you they’ve sent it!

#4 Group Calendar

Let’s face it, when it comes to business, there’s plenty of scheduled calls, events and meetings that you need to be alerted about every day. But not just you, your entire team – and that’s how a group calendar helps you become a more efficient worker! It’s a really simple tool that will save a lot of time in the long run as you won’t risk double booking.

The Apple or Microsoft calendar have sharing capabilities for your team, or you could opt for various apps around the web such as Google Calendar, Kalendi or Skedj. A decent calendar will let you schedule any event that you need and sync with your email contacts.

How can it save my time?

Using a shared calendar is great for managers as they can see when their team members are free for calls, meetings, or events. It also ensures that each team member will be alerted a few minutes before the meeting/call/event is due to take place – keeping everyone organized!

#5 eSignatures

You probably know only too well the headache caused with filling out paperwork. In fact, forget about saving just one hour – an office of 100 would typically save 40 hours per month if they didn’t use paper! That’s why the eSignature is so valuable. Think about all of those documents that you need signatures for. By getting digital signatures on your documents, a time-consuming job is complete within a matter of seconds!

A decent eSignature app such as SignNow, will let you easily upload your document, and use an integrated wizard to be able to select various signature fields, so that the recipient can sign it and send back quickly.

How can it save my time?

It can help you save time – particularly during the sales process – as you can close your sales deals quickly. There’s nothing more frustrating than waiting for a deal to go through because you’ve got to post paperwork to a customer for them to sign.

You’ll be able to digitally send documents and track them – giving you full transparency throughout the whole process. It can improve document turnaround by as much as 90% and all parties involved will be able to receive a copy of the document, so that it’s always on file.

#6 Meeting Minutes Tool

When we go into meetings, it’s always helpful if somebody takes the minutes so that we don’t have to decrypt scribbles from scraps of paper. That’s where the meeting minutes tool comes in! There’s various ones out there including Microsoft OneNote or that will help you save time and become more efficient.

A decent meeting minutes tool will create a template for each meeting, so that you can list the attendees, note down what was discussed and type out the action points for each team member. Many tools also let team member review notes online by using a link to the minutes.

How can it save my time?

It helps to keep all notes consistent in one place and makes it easy for each member of the meeting to grab the notes. As it’s online, rather than on paper – it’s more efficient and quicker for the person taking the minutes to do the task at hand. You can even add suggested agendas and comments beforehand – to ensure a productive meeting.


So there you have it – some great tools to help you save at least an hour a day! If you use a CRM system it’s handy to remember that many tools including file share, social management and eSignatures will integrate with your current system – making life even sweeter!

Can you think of any more tools that will help you save time? Let us know in the comments below – we’d love to hear from you!

7 ways to automate your business

7 ways to automate your business

Back in the 70s and 80s, many people were convinced that we’d have sophisticated robots to take care of all our dirty work by now…of course, we’re still waiting for that utopian, neon-lit future!

But automation – unlike that robot butler we were promised - is here, and works to supercharge employees and workers to make them dramatically more productive. It is remarkable what the combination of humans and machines have accomplished. Just look at Chess. First, humans beat machines, then machines beat humans. But in the last 10 years or so, humans and machines working together in “Freestyle Chess” have beaten even the best machines. This is reflective of the stage of development we are in right now for many tasks the knowledge worker completes. (Palantir did a good writeup on Freestyle chess if you are interested – click here!)

Automating many of the processes of your business allows you to make your employees more efficient and more productive than ever before, saving time and cutting down on inevitable human errors. Here are 7 examples of ways you can embrace automation to give your internal processes a power-up and significantly improving your customer experience. We hope you find them useful!

1. Project Management
Even the largest of projects or transactions can generally be broken down into a series of smaller milestones and deadlines. The success (or failure) of the whole project depends on effectively managing these milestones, and ensuring everything is delivered on time.

Letting your team manage these steps in their own, individual way – e-mail inboxes, desk calendars, wall-charts and scrap paper – can work. But it’s clearly much more efficient and transparent to set these milestones in a central repository where all stakeholders can easily view them, and see, at a glance, where the project is up to. This improves internal collaboration, helps your team plan out their workload, and allows you to flag up any possible delays at the earliest opportunity, managing customer expectations.

Popular Project Management tools include Mavenlink and Basecamp – check them out! They automate many aspects of your project management, right down to how much of your employees’ time is committed to each project based on their availability.

2. Customer Relationship Management (CRM)
As your business grows, so does your database, and it can be increasingly difficult to manage all those customers to the level you’d like. Without effective CRM, there’s a strong chance you’re failing to fulfil the potential of your contacts.

CRM software such as InfusionSoft can be a huge help in this area. It can automatically label hot leads and automate your sales funnel. RelateIQ (recently purchased by Salesforce) attempts to automate much of the data entry and help sales reps automate their follow ups.

3. Email Marketing
As your list grows, you’ll want to be targeting those potential leads with relevant, targeted messages, and email marketing remains a supremely effective way to do this – 91% of consumers check their email daily, so it’s a great way to engage with your audience.

One superb way to automate your email marketing is to use auto responders. These are automatic emails which can be sent out to different sections of your database at various points in the sales cycle. You can sit back and relax while the software implements your email strategy – and, hopefully, leads to a heap of qualified orders!

There are plenty of email marketing solutions out there, but MailChimp is perhaps the most popular.

4. Payments
Most businesses are aware of the importance of automating incoming payments. However, if you’re still spending time at the end of every month manually paying your bills, automation could definitely make your life easier.

Automating your bill payments not only gives you the time to concentrate on other important tasks; it eliminates the risk of forgetting to pay, meaning no more late fees or unnecessary hits to your credit score. You can arrange payments directly through your bank, or authorize your credit card company or creditors to take and make payments on your behalf.

5. Social Media
This is probably more an example of ‘batch processing’ than automation – but it’s still a valuable tip. Nobody would dispute that effective social media management requires an ongoing, daily presence to engage with your followers.

However, that doesn’t mean you can’t plan and schedule the bulk of your output in advance. Tools such as TweetDeck, HootSuite, SproutSocial and Raven Tools let you schedule out your social media. By spending maybe half a day each month scheduling evergreen content, you can limit your daily ‘on-social’ time to around 10 minutes. This should be plenty of time to check and respond to your messages.

6. Customer Support
Improving the customer experience is one of the most significant collective aims of businesses in 2014, with 68% stating that they planned to increase spending this year.

Of course, it’s absolutely essential that you retain a multi-channel support offering, providing your customers with the personal help they need. Failing to resolve problems in a timely manner is one of the top reasons for customer loss.

But, if your customer support team are drowning in queries and unable to respond efficiently to problems, ask yourself: how many times are they answering the same questions?

By taking steps to proactively resolve issues, could you free up your team to deliver outstanding service instead of answering the same old question for the zillionth time?

Why not create resources to help them before the questions even arise – videos, instruction manuals, knowledge bases, FAQ sections and messageboards are all great ideas to essentially ‘automate’ your customer support offering! You can even use automated ‘Live Chat’ apps like Virtual Spirits, which blend automation with the feeling of a personalised experience.

7. Esignatures
Needless to say, signature collection is an incredibly important business process – perhaps the most important. And yet, many organizations still use a woefully inefficient process to get documents signed. The manual, paper-driven process of printing, hand-signing and faxing papers takes days, if not weeks.

Using eSignatures, you can refine this process to the point where it literally takes a matter of minutes. You simply add interactive fields to your document where signatures and other data are required, and send it over to your recipient. They’ll be guided through the process, ensuring that the document is completed accurately the first time around.

Closing Thoughts – Striking a Balance
There’s no doubt that it’s important to remain flexible and allow the personality of your business to shine through.

But, equally, automated structures and processes can be a massive boost to your organization. It frees up the time of you and your people, and – executed right – it delivers a fantastic level of engagement and service to your customers, dramatically improving the customer experience.

How does automation work in your business – and what’s your advice to others who might be looking to automate their processes? Let us know in the comments below!

5 ways to move towards a paperless office

Paperless-office-5The whole concept of the ‘paperless office’ has been around pretty much since computers appeared on our work desktops, and yet – despite the best intentions of businesses – many are still struggling to really make it happen.

We all know the benefits of going paperless. By avoiding the time, expense and confusion involved in using paper, companies can enjoy increased productivity, reduced costs, and improved security, not to mention the environmental upside.

But how do you actually make the switch to paperless? In this article, we’ll identify 5 easy ways to cut down your reliance on physical documents. These suggestions might not eliminate paper from your office altogether – but they certainly represent 5 healthy first steps!

 1) Cut down on incoming paper

If you noticed a leak in your roof, you’d probably focus your efforts mainly on fixing the hole, rather than mopping your floor while water continued to cascade in.

What’s our point? Well, a similar logic generally applies when going paperless. You see, you could start by focussing on your existing mountain of paper, but – as long as more are continuing to find their way onto your desk – you’ll always be fighting a losing battle.

That’s why it’s a good idea to start out by taking a quick inventory; what paper documents are coming into your office, and what alternatives are available? You can often work with your key partners – banks, vendors and customers – to take the bulk of these items online and away from your mailbox or fax machine.

  • Take the time to remove yourself from mailing lists
  • Pay your bills (and accept payments) online – it saves money on postage, spares employee time and makes everything much more efficient and easier to track
  • Go paperless with your bank. Many institutions are now offering paperless solutions which let you do all your banking online – and they won’t send you paper statements anymore

Once you’ve reduced the flow of paper into your office, you’ll likely find it much easier to deal with the documents you already have.

2) Digitize your existing papers and records

This can sometimes seem like an intimidating, off-putting task, particularly if you have a large volume of files. The thought of manually entering thousands of records can be enough to give you nightmares – but don’t worry, there are solutions available which totally automate this whole process.

Software like Adobe Acrobat lets you scan to PDF – and, using a special function called ‘optical character recognition’ (OCR) the software actually recognises the numbers and text inside your documents, meaning that the PDF output files are searchable. This means they can be properly archived and – next time you need them – located by the use of a simple keyword search.

You can even pick up apps to do perform OCR using your mobile device for ultimate ease-of-use and accessibility. Check out DocScanner (just $1!) and Prizmo, just two, affordable examples.

3) Invest in the right software

While you may be able to ditch the filing cabinets, but there’s no way around it: those files still take up ‘space’ in one form or another. And, because they’re often sensitive or valuable, it’s vitally important to ensure they’re secure, backed up and accessible when you need them. That’s why it’s important to invest in a suitable, reliable storage solution. Check out our sister product, Copy, a perfect option if you’re looking for reliability, security and manageability – it’s also priced very competitively, making it accessible to businesses of almost any size.

If you need even more clarity in your workflow, you may consider investing in a Document Management software solution. This enables you to capture, track and manage electronic documents by using a document scanner, and the best options fit inside your existing processes and workflows. You can use this handy questionnaire to identify the right Document Management software for your needs.

4) Gain buy-in from your team

The typical office worker uses about 10,000 sheets of copy paper each year, which is enough to cover a three-by-six-foot desk more than 360 times.1 It goes without saying, then, that the more your staff buy-in to your paperless vision, the more success you’re likely to have. They’re the people with the power to make a real difference and it’s vital that they ‘get it.’

This means giving employees the tools, knowledge and encouragement they need. If you decide to utilise a Document Management system, for example, be sure to deliver effective training to ensure adoption, while explaining the benefits a paperless office will bring to everybody. Old habits often die hard and it can be a hard slog to roll new ideas out across your team, so perseverance is key.

A number of internal processes can be streamlined by removing paper from the equation.

For example, where documents are subject to internal review from different people in your teams, why not encourage them to collaborate online instead of annotating physical copies – simple, free tools like Google Drive enable multiple users to collaborate and communicate regarding individual documents, in real-time.

5) Use e-signatures

At SignNow, we are biased about this one, but eSignatures are a great way to go paperless. As we’ve mentioned in earlier blogs, signatures are an area where all too many businesses fail in their drive to go paperless. So many companies end up using a legacy, sluggish system to get a signature on a document – printing and signing documents, before sending them off via mail or fax, and waiting for the recipient to do the same. This typically takes days or weeks of time, time you don’t have.

e-Signatures are a fantastic example of the benefits of the paperless office, distilling a system that once took days into a matter of seconds. In doing so, they make it easier and quicker to close deals, reduce errors, cut costs and secure your documents.


‘Going paperless’ is something on the agenda of many businesses, and the benefits are numerous. But cutting down on paper in your office can be a gradual, even painstaking process and it certainly doesn’t happen overnight.

We’ve outlined 5 simple ideas to save on paper, cut costs, and make your business more efficient – but that’s only the tip of the iceberg. What other tips would you give to a business looking to go paperless? Leave your comments below!

The one thing 60% of the Fortune 500 do to boost productivity

Fortune500 Blog Image
When you’re looking for business tips, the Fortune 500 companies are never a bad place to start. By definition, these guys are achieving a level of excellence that puts them ahead of some 30 million or so other companies in the US – in other words, among the top 0.0016% of American businesses!

With so much variety among this elite list, it’s difficult to nail down exactly ‘what makes’ a Fortune 500 company – although many have tried. Unsurprisingly, certain words pop up regularly: vision, communication, branding, performance and culture, among others. But what do they really mean? What quick, takeaway lessons can you take away from these uber-successful businesses and roll out in your own company?

Well, there is one thing that as many as 60% of these companies do to help boost productivity, and you can do it, too.

“SignNow’s eSignings helped us make the halftime show happen.”
Andrea Harrison, Digital Brand Director, Pepsi

The importance of signatures

In the ever-changing world of business and technology, one thing is constant: the mission-critical importance of a simple signature. For most businesses, getting a signature on a document means putting a horribly tedious, antiquated process into action – totally at odds with today’s technology-centred world of work.

You’ll generally print and sign the document yourself. Then you’ll fax or mail it off to the recipient. Once they’ve got the document, they need to sign it, and send it back to you – once again via mail or fax. The whole process takes days, costs money and gives you pretty much no control.

In an age when so many businesses are focussed on going paperless, this is one process that continues to hold many of them back.

The alternative – e-signatures!
If this problem all sounds a little too familiar, the solution is at hand. That secret trick we mentioned that 60% of the Fortune500 are using? It’s the utilisation of electronic signatures by SignNow on their important documents to save time, money and boost productivity!

Essentially, e-signatures are digital representations of their real-life counterparts and they do exactly the same job, with exactly the same legal consequences. The difference is, rather than the manual and laboured approach you’re currently using, it takes a matter of seconds to collect legally binding electronic signatures from customers, partners and employees – cutting document turnaround time by as much as 90%.

And, although e-signatures are spreading like wildfire among the bigger corporations, that doesn’t mean it’s something you can’t use in your own business too, however big or small. In fact, we actually work with over 100,000 small businesses. It’s free to get started using SignNow and you can scale up to add extra users whenever necessary.

The benefits
Of course, the primary benefit of e-signatures is that they’re quick and convenient. By condensing a process that previously would have taken days, if not weeks, into a matter of seconds, they dramatically increase efficiency and give your business the power to do more instead of waiting around on a fax or physical envelope to arrive. Studies show that an office of 100 can save as much as 40 hours per month avoiding paper. You can close deals faster, reduce errors and cut costs – all compelling factors that can help improve your bottom line.

But e-signature solutions are also significantly more secure. The second you fax or mail your sensitive documents, you lose an element of control over them. Using SignNow, your documents are secured by Barracuda technology, one of the world’s leading security companies. Documents are securely archived, with a full audit-trail, in an easy-to-read format. So, remember the last time you turned the office upside down looking for a signed paper agreement? Yeah, that won’t be happening again any time soon!

There’s also the huge benefit of being able to track and monitor where your documents are up to at a glance, which is extremely helpful to your workflow management.

And, sure, you might not single-handedly save the planet, but going paperless is great for the environment, too. Printing, scanning, mailing and faxing all use up valuable resources that we really don’t need to be using for this stuff anymore!

So…are e-signatures really legal?
Yes! The U.S. government actually took the biggest step of resolving the legal issues of e-signatures back in 2000 with the ESIGN Act, which gave electronic signatures the same legal weight as handwritten ones. State law, for the most part, has followed suit in recognizing their validity.

OK, where do I start?
So, this seems like a fairly profound change in the way your business ‘does’ signatures, right? Well, you might be surprised to hear that it’s a pretty easy transition and you can get started more or less straight away.

Head over to our website and check out the packages we have on offer. You can actually get started for free if you want to sign 5 documents or less per year. Once you’re signed up, it’s incredibly simple to start getting documents signed. SignNow is even set up so it can fully integrate with your existing CRM, CMS and workflow management systems.

How does it work?
The actual process for collecting signatures is really easy. To get started, simply upload the document, whether it’s a PDF, Word Document or another file type. Using our intuitive wizard you can then sign, date and add any relevant text to the document yourself, before creating fields for the recipient to complete. You can add Signature Fields, Text Fields, Initials Feeds, as well as Checkboxes and Dropdown menus.

You then send the document off to be signed by the other party. It’s super-easy for them, too – we use a guided field process that shows them very clearly what they need to do next. Documents can be signed easily on pretty much any device, so it’s really quick and convenient.

If you’re regularly using a particular document, you can even set this up as a template to avoid having to set it up every time you need to get it signed.

Check out our video demo to see how SignNow works, step-by-step!

The business world is experiencing constant change, fuelled by technology and innovation, and yet all too often, we see businesses waiting days or weeks at a time to get a simple document signed. It’s crazy!

An e-signature solution is the obvious way to fix this problem, bringing signature collection up to date with the rest of your business processes. This helps you close deals faster, reduce errors, cut costs and secure your documents.

Here at SignNow, we’re really proud to call ourselves the most secure and top-rated e-signature solution. We’re trusted by 60% of the Fortune500 – they recognise that e-signatures are the future! – but we’re also affordable enough to meet the needs of smaller businesses too. If you’d like to understand more about how e-signatures can help boost your productivity, please get in touch with us or request a callback.