DocuSign Blog Highlights Digital Transformations in Legal Industry
SAN FRANCISCO – October 23, 2014 – Leveraging the DocuSign, Inc. (DocuSign®) blog to distinguish their value and services, prominent attorneys reveal their success in going digital for better, faster, more convenient and secure ways to serve their clients. In a series of blog interviews, lawyers share their insights and best practices in leveraging disruptive technology to transform the legal profession: https://www.docusign.com/blog/?s=legal.
Unique in their fields with specialties ranging from cannabis law to business law for emerging economies in Asia, attorneys select the DocuSign Blog to heighten visibility on advantages including:
- Dramatic ROI: More efficient operations enable these lawyers to serve more clients faster to drive firm revenue while reducing costs by eliminating printing, faxing, scanning and overnighting to transact business.
- Improved client experiences: The ability to transact anything, anytime, anywhere, on any device – securely – provides a more convenient way to do business for clients.
- Reducing risk: With multiple levels of authentication on the front end and a legally binding audit trail for every transaction, these lawyers are able to reduce risk with increased security and compliance.
In an interview about disrupting the Chapter 11 Bankruptcy space, Robert Klamser, Co-Founder and President at UpShot Services, LLC., emphasized that digital tools completely revolutionized both the system and outcomes:
“[Digital Transaction Management] DTM seamlessly makes the claims and balloting process more efficient and reduces costs to debtors without requiring additional effort from the attorneys managing the case. Technological advances such as UpShot’s electronic claims & balloting, allow lawyers to focus on guiding a company through Chapter 11 without worrying about lost, inaccurate or slow paper-based processes.”
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