It’s hard to believe but it’s National Small Business Week once again. Time flies. And when it’s not flying, time is money. The latter is without a doubt one of the most well-worn clichés known to mankind. But for you, intrepid small business owner, it has not remotely worn out its welcome. You have limited resources (i.e., time and money) so every little thing you can do to make the most of said resources will give you the best shot at success.
Let’s start with what is most likely your most vexing issue: paper-based processes. The costs associated with printing, scanning, faxing, and mailing documents—everything from sales contracts to lease agreements to invoices—are exorbitant. And not just in dollars but in administrative hours. Oh, and let’s not forget about the days and weeks spent waiting for paperwork to be signed and returned.
If just reading about this stuff that you deal with day-in and day-out is making you go weak in the knees, it’s high-time you considered going digital. It’s the only way to keep your competitive edge—not to mention your customers. This demanding bunch expects companies with whom they interact to provide anywhere, anytime, and on any device access.
See how HotelTonight, a growing, international small business, turned to DocuSign for Salesforce to sign on more hotel partners, faster.
At DocuSign, we know from experience how critical speed and agility is to your small business (we started out as one). And we can say without hesitation that our Digital Transaction Management platform will considerably pump up the pace of how you get things done and, in turn, make you significantly more responsive across the board.
In case you were wondering, our confidence does not come from cockiness. It comes from small business owners who have racked up innumerable improvements. Peruse some of their success stories, which range from Sattler Insurance’s eliminating the need for new admin hires to Reed Construction’s faster signing cycle, leading to higher referral volume and increased internal productivity.
We invite you to go deeper into the world of digital nirvana by viewing a live recording of Ed Gillis from Hotel Planner and Noam Haberfeld from App Annie, both of whom discuss how they expanded DocuSign to multiple departments. Plumb additional depths via an eBook published by Salesforce, a veritable playbook for SMBs seeking to connect with—and win over—more customers.
See how DocuSign Payments enables you to collect payments and signatures on one step.
One more thing. If you struggle with getting paid when an agreement is signed, we not only feel your pain but we can relieve it. DocuSign Payments allows you to get an eSignature on a sales contract, insurance policy, and everything in between while receiving payment at the same time. This live demo recording highlights how simple this new feature is for you to implement and how customers will find it equally easy to use.
Bottom line: DocuSign’s Digital Transaction Management will improve yours.
Learn more about DocuSign for Small Business at http://discover.docusign.com/smb.