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DocuSign and zipLogix Partner on Streamlining Transactions

NationalMortgageProfessional.com
Nov 06, 2014

DocuSign Inc. and zipLogix have announced a deeper partnership to empower real estate professionals via DocuSign Transaction Rooms, integrated with zipForm. The enhanced integration brings together the value of DocuSign as the real estate industry standard for Digital Transaction Management (DTM) with zipLogix, the top real estate forms software. The joint solution empowers brokers and agents to close deals faster, increase transaction security and compliance, and delight clients with the convenience of DocuSigning—anytime, anywhere, on any device in a secure manner.

“DocuSign Transaction Rooms empower brokers and agents to manage the complete real estate transaction from listing to close 100 percent digitally for an easier, faster, more convenient and secure experience for all parties to the transaction,” said Tom Gonser, DocuSign founder and chief strategy officer. “We’re pleased to grow our relationship with the industry leader in forms to deliver the most complete Digital Transaction Management solution for real estate professionals to close deals faster for a better client experience.”

The deeper integration significantly expands on the existing process for using zipForm inside DocuSign. The enhanced integration delivers new benefits including:

►Fully Digital Transactions: Combining DocuSign and zipLogix provides a single, trusted solution for managing the complete real estate transaction with the forms that real estate professionals need inside the Digital Transaction Management platform they trust.

►Simplified Transactions: Agents and brokers canquickly and easilyaccess, import, and work with documents from zipForm from within DocuSign Transaction Rooms, including both standard forms and custom libraries.

►Improved Efficiency: All forms automatically include signature fields to accelerate the speed of transactions. All data created in a transaction is retained throughout the process, decreasing administrative time throughout the process.

“We are pleased to deepen our partnership with DocuSign as the real estate industry standard for Digital Transaction Management,” said Walt McDonald, chairman of the board for zipLogix. “Studies show that DocuSign saves an average of $21 per document in printing and overnight costs, plus $10 per transaction in productivity improvements. Collaborating with DocuSign helps us fulfill our mission of streamlining business for real estate professionals to help brokers and agents provide impeccable service and value to their clients.”

 

Published
Nov 06, 2014
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