Event Date: September 24, 2020
Hosted By: DocuSign
More than 1,300 local, state and federal organizations use DocuSign to enable citizens, businesses, and staff to work smarter. They do so more effectively with self-service forms, electronic signatures, authentications, workflows/approvals, and contract redlining and version control.
Attendees joined peers and other leaders in government to see how you can transform your agreement process by eliminating paper trail and processes, automating workflows, and connecting the systems within your organization. This was a unique forum to meet with DocuSign experts and learn best practices.
During this webinar, attendees learned:
Automating your paper-based workflows
eSignature basics for remote productivity
Digitizing citizen engagement on any device
How government agencies are using DocuSign today
As your organization continues to go digital and operate in a remote environment, we’re here to equip you with the tools you need to succeed!
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