|By Mat Rider||
|February 5, 2014 02:05 AM EST||
Admission decision 2014 draws near. An increasing number of high school students are wringing their hands in anxiety for the envelope that will decide their future path.
Countless university administrators are in the midst of preparing packaged decisions including vital documents – financial aid, health insurance, and residential dorms – that are all printed on millions of pages of paper. Imagine the cumbersome task of milling through all those documents ensuring proper signatures.
Modern enrollment deserves modern tools to expedite signature-dependent processes. Likewise, without eSignatures and cloud-based workflows, it is unfair and unrealistic to expect today’s universities to provide the efficient and accurate services they strive to provide. DocuSign’s webinar – Three Steps to Improve the Value of Higher Education with eSignatures (Click Here to Register) –aims to clarify how eSignatures will revolutionize the way universities prioritize their time and resources.
eSignature are not another trendy hype. They are an investment in both students and administrators. Today’s best practice webinar will showcase how current universities impress students,, demonstrate institutional efficiency, accelerate enrollment turn around time and reduce risk.
Please register and join our webinar to learn how to modernize your university from within.
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