Head in the Clouds: Using RightSignature and ScanSnap Together for Paperless Bliss
How close are you to achieving a paperless office? Despite your best efforts to eliminate the inefficiencies of paper workflows, are there times when you can’t avoid paper – like when you need a document signed? It’s time to get your head in the clouds.
RightSignature is online electronic signature software that is replacing paper document signing for good. Using RightSignature, you can upload a PDF, Word file, or scanned document and send it to any of your contacts for a legally binding e-signature, just like sending an email. Your recipients receive a link to fill out and sign the document directly in their web browsers (or even on a mobile device), and the signed copy is immediately and automatically returned to you for your records.
The ScanSnap scanner truly puts the paperless office to its paces, especially when combined with RightSignature. With ScanSnap, your scanned documents don’t have to simply sit on your local computer, lonely and vulnerable to drive crashes. Instead, you can scan paper documents directly to PDF files on a cloud storage service such as Evernote, Dropbox, or Google Drive. From there, RightSignature can load your documents directly from your cloud storage of choice, so you can send them for signature with a single click.
The only way to cut paper out of your life for good is to understand why it got there in the first place. For generations, paper was the most compatible communications medium – that is, everyone could receive it, read it, and annotate it.
But now, for the first time in human history, online documents are actually easier to distribute, fill out, sign, and archive their old tree-based counterparts. Your customers and employees don’t have to find a printer, fax machine, or mailbox just to do business with you. They can receive, review, and complete your documents anywhere, anytime, using any device they have.
So if your business requires getting paper documents signed, try scanning them straight into cloud storage with ScanSnap, then sending them for signature via RightSignature. It’s fast, easy, and secure – a big step towards true paperless bliss.