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Satuit Technologies has partnered with DocuSign to allow clients to streamline the process of preparing, signing, acting on and managing digital agreements through the SatuitSIP Secure Investor Portal. 

When using the e-signature integration, a recipient can manage forms and signatures within the portal. There is no need to leave the portal interface. Documents requiring signatures are automatically distributed through the portal and are immediately available to the account manager once they are completed. There is no need for investors to download or upload any documents published for signature.

DocuSign helps organisations connect and automate how they prepare, sign, act on, and manage agreements. DocuSign pioneered the development of e-signature technology, and offers eSignature as part of the DocuSign Agreement Cloud to more than 500,000 customers and hundreds of millions of users worldwide. DocuSign functionality enables users to measure turnaround time in minutes rather than days, substantially reducing costs, and largely eliminating errors using secure, GDPR compliant e-signature software.

“Our goal is to provide our clients with a portal product that not only saves time, but, more importantly, it significantly enhances communication with their investors. We are excited to be partnering with DocuSign to further this goal,” says Karen Maguire, Satuit’s CEO.

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