Digitalization has arrived in everyday life. Appointments are being planned using smartphones, emails are being written, goods are being ordered from the Internet, news are being read online — digital devices such as smartphones and tablets make everyday working life easier.
To-do lists can be worked through simply, quickly and regardless of location and important tasks can be processed. However, there is one area that still holds back the digital process — signing contracts. Here, an analog signature is usually still required. With the Pandadoc contract software, however, this is no longer necessary. With a qualified electronic signature, contracts can be signed easily, quickly and, above all, securely.
On the Internet, you can usually find all the details you need to sign a cell phone or insurance contract, for example. Rates can be selected in advance and information stored. But at some point in the process, it is pointed out that the contract will be sent by mail in a few days or must be printed out, signed and then returned.
Simple and fast contract processing
With fully digitized contracts, there is no more interruption to the contract execution process. Within minutes, contract information can be reviewed, modified if necessary, and the contract completed.
Advantages of digital contracts
• Simple & Flexible
No matter at what time, from what place or from what terminal — you can easily conclude contracts.
No more waiting or printing — you can sign your contract within minutes.
Your personal data is processed and stored under very high security regulations.
To offer you the advantages of digital contracts, we have integrated the contract software Pandadoc into our process. Pandadoc allows you to enter into contracts via computers, tablets or smartphones. Because we place great importance on the security of your personal data, we selected Pandadoc, a company that protects contract documents with 256-bit encryption, is HIPPA compliant and SOC 2 Type II certified. These are all measures to meet strict privacy and security regulations.