NetDocuments Launches New Integration with DocuSign

NetDocuments has today (27 September) unveiled an integration with DocuSign eSignature, meaning users can easily send, receive, and track e-signatures for documents as part of their standard workflow. 

As many business and law firms learned to adjust to working remotely during the pandemic, the use of electronic signatures has dramatically accelerated. This new product integration can be expected to result in greater productivity and accelerated agreement completion for transactions, NDAs, employment-related documents, and corporate contracts, among others, all inside the NetDocuments platform.

NetDocuments and DocuSign worked with a number of joint customers using eSignature during integration development, including Baker Donelson, Dickinson Wright, and Foley & Lardner. “It makes a difference when you have a native integration between two solutions like NetDocuments and DocuSign eSignature,” said Charlotte M. Logullo, director, practice solutions & research with Foley & Lardner LLP. “Our firm members will be able to originate the signature workflow in NetDocuments and follow-it all the way through while not losing any eSignature functionality, efficiency or security. I can see where this integration will provide tremendous efficiency and ease of use.”

“Our vision is to deliver a seamless productivity experience for legal professionals,” stated Dan Hauck, NetDocuments’ chief product officer. “Before our DocuSign eSignature integration, collecting e-signatures meant bouncing between applications, downloading extra copies of documents and managing additional governance concerns. Today, law firms and law departments can facilitate electronic signatures with eSignature directly from the single source of truth for their content: NetDocuments.”

For more information, click here. Additionally, NetDocuments, DocuSign and mutual law firm customer, Kutak Rock, are hosting an ILTA webinar on October 4th to discuss the native integration and its real-world application. Click here to register.

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