TrueSign announced a new collaboration with Brother International Corporation for exclusive scan-to-sign functionality, allowing existing Brother customers to scan hard-copy documents directly into TrueSign.
“We’re thrilled to have a partner in TrueSign who matches Brother’s commitment to delivering superior customer value in the new era of flexible, remote work,” said Greg Shipmon, B2B program development, Brother International Corporation. “Bringing together Brother’s and TrueSign’s two best-in-class platforms will significantly uplevel document-management efficiency and security, and has given new life to the concept of scan-to-sign.”
Now available to Brother customers, the “scan-to-sign” capability reduces the commonly disjointed efforts to securely eSign and share documents. Utilizing Brother BSI equipped scanning devices, users scan hard-copy documents, which are directed into TrueSign’s Microsoft Azure Cloud environment. There, the document can be templated, eSigned and/or shared with internal or external parties.
“Adapting to this ‘new normal’ of virtual operations and remote work means rethinking how we accomplish everyday business routines, especially when collaborating on documents,” said Scott Bade, CEO, i3-ImageSoft. “This strategic partnership with Brother International underlines our shared commitment to excellence and customer success regardless of circumstance – bringing an element of certainty to business regardless of what’s happening in the world, our proximity to others, or even our own geographical location.”
Once a signing document has been uploaded into TrueSign, users capitalize on real-time mobile signing options, and can utilize their library of saved TrueSign Document templates. With options to sign via QR-Code, text-to-sign or email-to-sign, customers can use their smartphones to accomplish real-time signing needs during video conferences, virtual hearings or while on-the-go
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