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Insuresoft Teams Up with DocuSign to Offer Customers the Fastest, Easiest, Most Secure Way to Send, Sign, Track and Store Documents in the Cloud

Insuresoft, a leading policy administration solution provider for property and casualty insurance carriers, announced it has teamed up with DocuSign, The Global Standard for eSignature® to offer electronic signature capabilities within Insuresoft's flagship product, The Diamond System. Together, Insuresoft and DocuSign are helping Insuresoft's carrier clients and their agents realize the benefits of digital business, including a simplified application process, lower costs, and a better customer experience.

"As a trusted and well-known leader in electronic signature, DocuSign provides a tremendous opportunity for our customers," said Terry Brown, Vice President of Product Management. "Electronic signature capabilities have become a 'must-have' for carriers who want to remain competitive, and DocuSign's secure, cloud-based solution works exceptionally well among our offerings."

"We are very pleased with the addition of DocuSign's electronic signature application and have realized an increase in productivity by the amount of time saved in our day-to-day business processes," said Travis Donnelly, Sr. Business Strategist at AutoTex. "It has also proven to be a great source of reference on customer files. From start to finish, the implementation team at Insuresoft provided us with a quick turn-around that involved very little time on our part."

By leveraging the DocuSign Cloud Partner Program, Insuresoft customers can:

  • Realize revenue faster — The signing process for applications and endorsements takes just minutes with DocuSign.
  • Improve productivity — With DocuSign, agents and sales reps can focus on selling instead of moving paperwork.
  • Automate workflows — DocuSign's functionality is enabled within the Diamond System's agency workflow, allowing carriers to customize which forms require signatures and at what point in the sales or service process those signatures should be required.
  • Enhance company reputation and service — DocuSign offers customers, partners and vendors new convenience with the ability to sign anything, anywhere, anytime, on any device.

"Insuresoft and DocuSign work together to help customers keep business digital from start to finish," said Neil Hudspith, Chief Revenue Officer, DocuSign. "By using DocuSign, the business benefits from a valuable solution to increase productivity, eliminate slow and wasteful paper-based processes, reduce costs, and delight customers."

About DocuSign Inc:

DocuSign®, The Global Standard for eSignature®, is the leader in eSignature transaction management. Global enterprises, business departments, individual professionals, and consumers are standardizing on DocuSign, with more than 60,000 new users joining the DocuSign Global Network every day. Today, that network includes users in 188 countries. DocuSign 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, property management and consumer goods, to higher education and others. For more information, call a member of the Insuresoft sales team at 866.299.1314 or email [email protected].

About Insuresoft, Inc.:

Insuresoft is a Microsoft Gold Certified independent software vendor delivering insurance software to the property and casualty insurance industry. Insuresoft offers a suite of products and services that are configured to meet the unique needs of insurance companies in North America. Insuresoft is a privately-held company with offices in University Park, Illinois and Tuscaloosa, Alabama.

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