Saw another thread where someone asked about this and how it works with Sitelink. That thread became a discussion about comparing software programs and didn't really address the initial question, so I'm posting in hopes that someone with experience with Docusign can chime in.
I've viewed their website and tried to contact them 3x in the last 2 weeks. They have not responded to my emails, but they were quick to add me to their solicitation list, so I'm getting mail from them touting how great they are. Yet my initial questions to them have gone un-answered.
Please chime in if you are using docusign with Sitelink Web Edition.
Well, I'm not hearing anything on this forum about Docusign. In addition, I've called and emailed docusign and THEY HAVE NOT RETURNED MY CALLS OR EMAILS!! GRRRRRRRR!!!! I'm a big fan of customer service. I have been given the green light from the owners to get docusign up and running, but I can't get them to get ahold of me! Isn't that crazy? I'm ready to throw money at them, and they won't email or call. That's a terrible way to start our relationship.
Anyway, Markus, if you are still able to do so, could you please link me to some customers who use Sitelink Web edition and docusign together?
I just had a service provider change hands and they wanted a document Docu-signed. What a pain. As it is, I found a link to download and fax the agreement instead. Trying to sign your name with Docu-Sign is like trying to write on a pinhead with a giant magic marker. At least that's the case on the one I was trying to sign about 10 minutes ago. And even when I said "Cancel" it said, thanks for your signature. So, do I now have an e-signature where my name doesn't even appear within the dotted lines? Who knows. #Lifeistooshorttostaywithinthelines.
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I agree Docu-Sign is a pain. I swipe credit cards and get a signature all the time with my smartphone, I am surprised SL has not yet come up with the idea of simply emailing a lease and someone could sign it using their smartphone or if they have a new touch screen laptop.
Users can already email leases and all other documents in SiteLink Web Edition. As a rule: if it prints, it can email. Some users even have their website email the lease to a tenant when (s)he finishes the reservation.
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I am referring to a actual binding contract that is signed not just a reservation that later is brought in when they rent the unit. I want the deal done via email with legally binding signature so I never actually have to meet with the customer. Signature needs to be done via some kind of touch screen (phone or computer) people will not have ready access to fax,printer and scanner.