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DocuSign Signs Partnership to Promote Real Estate Transaction Productivity

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
Sep 17, 2010

DocuSign has announced a partnership with Mosaic Corporation, a business process optimization firm specializing in paperless back office workflows where the DocuSign electronic signature service will be integrated with the docSTAR Broker Central real estate software product to create an end-to-end document and transaction management solution specifically tailored for residential and commercial real estate brokerages. "Broker Central is a paperless document and transaction management solution tailored specifically for the real estate market. It allows real estate professionals to efficiently and effectively manage real estate documents to drive paperless transactions, improving customer satisfaction and the bottom line," said James Kingery, president of Mosaic Corporation. "Now with the inclusion of DocuSign, the number one electronic signature service in real estate within docSTAR's Broker Central, real estate brokerages have a complete document and transaction management solution to better succeed in a highly competitive real estate market while making significant inroads with green initiatives." Broker Central is a collaborative software-as-a-service (SAAS) offering from Mosaic and docSTAR, a leader in document management software solutions. It was developed to layer transparently on existing workflows, minimizing interruptions in productivity. Broker Central securely scans and stores paper documents, along with critical electronic files, allowing for immediate retrieval. With the integration of the DocuSign electronic signature service, docSTAR's Broker Central will provide real estate professionals the ability to manage the entire real estate transaction from the Web from offer to closing completely paperless. docSTAR's Broker Central offers a green, fully optimized, end-to-end electronic document and transaction management solution for residential and commercial real estate brokerages and marketing centers. In a competitive market, minutes can literally make the difference when closing a deal. With Broker Central, real estate professionals can more quickly prepare, manage and archive real estate documents from any computer with Internet access. With a simple click of the mouse, real estate professionals can tag any document with DocuSign's familiar yellow Stick-eTabs and "send" for electronic signature. Once completed, the client receives an email notification, is authenticated and quickly navigated through the electronic signature process. Completed electronic documents are securely archived within Broker Central and immediately accessible. By implementing DocuSign and docSTAR's Broker Central, real estate agents can perform business transactions with greater agility, simplify the real estate contract signing process, save hours of time each week, eliminate signing errors and accelerate deal close rates. Brokerages can reduce costs, streamline business processes offer better services and tools to attract and retain quality real estate professionals. "Mosaic offers real estate expertise, better aligning docSTAR's Broker Central offerings with the needs of real estate brokerages and marketing centers," said Tom Franceski, president of docSTAR and creator of Broker Central. "DocuSign electronic signature technology complements docSTAR's Broker Central by expanding the value proposition for a complete and comprehensive Web-based document and transaction management solution. We can also better differentiate our solution as DocuSign is the electronic signature market leader in real estate with more people, more companies trusting DocuSign to complete more real estate deals every day than any other electronic signature provider." docSTAR's Broker Central users will join more than 30,000 real estate professionals eliminating paper and expediting real estate transactions with DocuSign. Rather than driving across town to get a signature or forcing clients to find a fax machine, real estate professionals use DocuSign to execute agreements with buyers and sellers electronically. With real estate forms signed in minutes, not days, DocuSign and docSTAR's Broker Central will help real estate professionals achieve higher sales, increase client satisfaction and maintain a competitive edge. Safe and secure, the DocuSign electronic signature process is also easy to use and legally compliant. "Mosaic, docSTAR and DocuSign provide real estate brokerages and their sales professionals with state-of-the-art technology to better manage workflows, and close real estate transactions faster and easier," said Dave Thorpe, market director at DocuSign. "docSTAR's Broker Central will help real estate professionals leverage the power of DocuSign's electronic signature services directly from anywhere, anytime for a rich, complete and convenient end-to-end document and transaction management process. This partnership further demonstrates DocuSign's leadership as the standard in electronic signature solutions for real estate professionals." For more information, visit www.docusign.com/brokercentral.
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