We built our first electronic signature integration way back in 2012 and since then have been providing this alternative to ‘wet signatures’ to law firms across the UK.
Whilst electronic signatures (and electronic forms) have been a success over this time, it is in the last six months where interest in these products have really taken off.
On this webinar we cover:
Increased efficiency and convenience:
One of the primary benefits of electronic signatures is that they allow law firms to sign documents digitally, without the need for printing, mailing, and physically signing paper documents. This can save significant amounts of time and money, as well as reducing the environmental impact of paper-based processes. Electronic signatures can also be signed remotely, making it easier for clients to sign documents from anywhere, at any time.
Improved accuracy and security:
Electronic signatures can provide improved accuracy and security compared to traditional paper-based processes. They can include authentication measures such as passwords or biometric data, and the signing process can be tracked and audited, making it easier to verify the authenticity of the signature and the identity of the signer.
Electronic signatures are now legally recognised as valid and binding, meaning that law firms can use them for a wide range of legal documents, from contracts to court filings. This can help to streamline processes and reduce the need for physical paperwork.
Increased client satisfaction:
Electronic signatures can help to improve client satisfaction by making it easier and more convenient for clients to sign documents. This can help to speed up transactions and reduce delays, making the overall experience of working with a law firm more efficient and enjoyable.
Overall, electronic signatures are transforming law firms by making legal processes faster, more convenient, and more secure, while also improving accuracy and legal compliance. As a result, many law firms are adopting electronic signature technology to streamline their operations and provide better service to their clients.