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DocuSign and Cartavi Agreement Streamlines Cloud-Based Doc Management

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
Jan 31, 2012

DocuSign has announced that Cartavi, the simple document sharing platform for real estate, has integrated with DocuSign to help real estate professionals close more deals faster in the cloud. “We’re very excited to provide Cartavi subscribers the opportunity to close real estate transactions completely in the cloud as a result of our integration with DocuSign’s eSignature solution,” said Glenn Shimkus, co-founder and chief executive officer of Cartavi. “Our users asked for this and we’re proud to now give them fast and easy access to DocuSign, the real estate industry standard for electronic signature.” Cartavi’s cloud-based solution lets real estate professionals and those related to a transaction securely manage and share documents with everyone involved—from any computer, iPad, iPhone or Android device. DocuSign is now available from within Cartavi’s user-friendly document management platform, allowing Cartavi users to send real estate documents for signature with a single click. Integrated with DocuSign, Cartavi expedites real estate transactions from start to finish—so all parties involved can keep the transaction moving to close faster. "Cartavi provides real estate agents and brokers with state-of-the-art technology to better manage the end-to-end process," said Tom Gonser, founder and chief strategy officer at DocuSign. "Cartavi will help real estate professionals leverage the power of the DocuSign Global Network to streamline real estate transactions and create a better experience for their clients." Current DocuSign customers need only enter their DocuSign credentials the first time to begin using DocuSign directly within Cartavi. No additional setup is required.
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Jan 31, 2012
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