People are busy and in todays fast paced world we sometimes need a little reminder to get things back on track. With email inboxes over flowing, bringing your signing request back to the top of the list is important.
I had an interesting conversation with a friend recently. I was explaining the benefits of using electronic signatures as opposed to the traditional printing scanning/faxing method. (You can’t blame me, it's what I do.) During the conversation he brought up another method which he (and many others) use all the time.
Sequential signing is the handy feature that sets the order in which parties will sign a document.
We are very excited that we have been included as one of the Top 40 Most Innovative Companies in South Africa by Buzz South Africa
Our first Tuesday Tip is something really simple to do and only takes a few minutes.
We are going to show you how to personalise your Signing Request Email Message
I remember when I got my last cellphone; the excitement and anticipation, I couldn't wait to try out all the features.
I checked all the settings and downloaded all the apps I needed, even a few I didn’t. I couldn't help myself.
Unfortunately with new technology....
Everyone loves an infographic and with Quicklysign turning 6 months old this month and we thought we would put something together and share a few numbers with you.
You now have the ability to get your customers/client/staff to upload supporting files to the document they are signing. Yes that's right we’re excited to announce a new feature that greatly expands the capabilities of Quicklysign.
What are templates?
Templates are reusable documents that are completely set up and ready to be sent for signature.
We all know that in business you are only as good as the team you have around you.
We kept this in mind when creating the Teams feature which we've recently launched.
Running a business over April in South Africa can be a tough task.
With all the public holidays it can be a really tough month financially for any business as productivity inevitably decreases
We rolled out an amazing feature this week.
All those years of practicing your signature won't go in vain. We now have 3 ways to sign online with Quicklysign: Type, Upload, Draw.
One of the most frequent questions I get asked at Quicklysign is whether e-signatures are legal.
The answer of course is YES.
But the follow up question always makes me think. "Will e-signatures eventually take the place of physically signed or “wet ink" signatures?" Lets have a look.
In 1964 the first commercialised version of the modern fax machine was introduced. Since then the fax machine has been a must have for anyone starting a business.
But over the last 50 years technology has moved at a rapid rate and we could finally be at the point where the humble fax machine has sent its last fax?
Over the last 10 years, with the rapid and constant improvement and lowering costs of infrastructure in Africa, conducting business online has become cheaper and easier than ever.
So after many months of hard work we are very glad to let everyone know that Quicklysign is up and signing.
We have worked hard to make sure that ...
Over the last 5 years, the use of electronic signatures in business transactions worldwide has seen exponential growth. Paperless contracts ....
So to kick off, we thought we would give a little information about normal signatures (wet ink signatures), why we use them, and why electronic signatures (e-signatures) are a valid and legal alternative.
Hello to all the Quicklysign fans and friends.
Thank you for joining us as we move closer to our launch as South Africa’s premier Electronic Signature platform.