Co-Contributor: Robert Desroches, VP of Global Consulting Services at DocuSign
This post is the first installment in our series: “Adoption Playbooks: Providing a deployment framework to maximize results.” Check back each week for the latest blog post authored by a member of our Customer Success Architect (CSA) team where we will share deployment best practices from real-world implementation experiences in the field. We hope you will find these blog posts and the accompanying white papers insightful.
We think we’re a digital society, but just you wait! The next decade will leave our idea of ‘digital’ in the dust. Case in point, businesses will lead the way to demonstrate just how revolutionary digital tools are for transactions and key processes. Digital Transaction Management will be a key piece of technology employed to achieve this transformation.
DocuSign’s Digital Transaction Management technology is capable of impacting virtually every part of a business. However, typically businesses prioritize digitizing externally facing first and foremost. But what about internally facing documents? Take use cases from HR for example. Digitizing document workflow regarding anything from PTO requests to offer letters would add significant value to the company as a whole. In fact, taking your business digital is so easy that you could digitize both internal and external facing documents at the same time.
We’ve compiled a plethora of use cases to offer you a playbook to successfully digitize HR operations. In this guide, we’re setting you up with the following critical benefits:
- How going digital enabled early wins with lasting momentum
- Simplifying complex situations through a streamlined process
- Galvanizing ROI by taking the entire business digital
Check out our white paper for the full playbook to experience the value of digital adoption within HR. We’ve also added a high level map of classic HR use cases and how they should be prioritized for efficient and meaningful digital adoption.
Please have a look and let us know your thoughts and experiences with taking your business digital.
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