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DocuSign Helps Australian Real Estate Agents Close Deals Faster, More Easily & Securely

DocuSign announced that RP Data, a leading property information, analytics, and services provider in Australia and New Zealand, has standardized on DocuSign in an exclusive agreement to bring eSignature to Australian real estate professionals. DocuSign eSignature offers anytime, anywhere convenience for buyers, sellers, tenants, management, and sales agents to sign documents on any device. DocuSigning will speed up rental and sales for commercial and domestic real estate property transactions in Australia with compliant, secure, and environmentally efficient processes.

With more than 70% of ANZ real estate agents relying on RP Data and its mortgage platforms covering more than 90% of the mortgage lending activity in Australia, DocuSign will help RP Data customers:

  • Realise revenue faster – DocuSigning takes just minutes, so agents can close deals faster.
  • Improve sales rep productivity – With DocuSign, real estate professionals can focus on serving clients instead of moving paperwork.
  • Automate back-end document processing – DocuSign integrates with existing systems to provide automated updates and eliminate the need for manual rekeying of data.
  • Enhance company reputation and service – DocuSigning offers customers, partners, and vendors new convenience with the ability to sign anything, anywhere, anytime, on any device.
  • Save staff time and reduce operating costs – DocuSigning eliminates the hassles and cost of printing, faxing, scanning, and overnighting to sign documents.

“Together, RP Data and DocuSign are helping customers achieve the benefits of the fully digital business,” said Graham Mirabito, CEO, RP Data. “The DocuSigning of this agreement further enhances RP Data’s offering to the national real estate market and will revolutionise the entire eco system of buying and selling property, mortgages and settlement in Australia.”

“In a fast-paced industry already in the global limelight, DocuSign’s deal with RP Data is significant for us in Australia, and moves the industry forward tremendously,” said Eitan Saban, Vice President and GM - DocuSign APAC. “DocuSign delivers efficiencies for the agents and simplicity for the end client, whether they’re in the residential or commercial space.”

RP Data helps 100,000 end users, including approximately 45,000 real estate agents, win more business by providing Australia’s most trusted pre-listings comparative market appraisal (CMA) report, as well as industry standard tools that promote transparency and confidence when buying and selling property. RP Data issues more than 30 million automated valuation assessments (AVMs) every month and is Australia’s leading source for mobile property information, with more than 500,000 mobile devices accessing its services each month.

DocuSign is the leading eSignature solution in the market, allowing easy, efficient, and secure signing of electronic documents. Accessible anytime, anywhere, on any device via the cloud, businesses of all sizes and industries solve their paper problems by replacing manual, paper-based methods with DocuSign. DocuSign accelerates transactions to increase speed to results, reduce costs, and improve visibility and control.

For more information, please visit www.docusign.com.au.

About DocuSign Inc.

DocuSign® is The Global Standard for Digital Transaction Management™. Global enterprises, business departments, individual professionals, and consumers have standardized on DocuSign, with more than 40,000 new users joining the DocuSign Global Network every day. Today, that network includes millions and millions of users in 188 countries. DocuSign’s DTM platform is used to accelerate transaction times to increase speed to results, reduce costs, and delight customers across nearly every industry – from financial services, insurance, technology, healthcare, manufacturing, communications, real estate, consumer goods to higher education and others – as well as every business department, including sales, finance, operations, procurement, HR/staffing, legal, and customer support. For more information, visit www.docusign.com or call 877.720.2040. Visit the DocuSign blog at www.docusign.com/blog and follow DocuSign on Twitter, LinkedIn, and Facebook.

About RP Data

RP Data is 100% owned by CoreLogic, a US/NYSE listed company, and is a leading property information, analytics and services provider in Australia and New Zealand. The company’s combined data offering is derived from public, contributory and proprietary sources and includes over half a billion decision points spanning decades of collection, providing detailed coverage of property and other encumbrances such as tenancy, location, hazard risk and related performance information. The markets served by RP Data include consumers, investors, real estate and mortgage, finance, banking, insurance, developers, financial planners and government. RP Data delivers value to clients through unique data, analytics, and workflow technology, advisory and managed services. Clients rely on RP Data to help identify and manage growth opportunities, improve performance and mitigate risk. RP Data employs more than 330 people at over 10 locations in Australia and New Zealand. For more information, call 1300 734 318 or visit www.rpdata.com.

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