DocuSign Announces Industry First DTM and eSignature Mobile SDK

Eric Carter, Founder & Corporate Counsel, Dartsand
Jun. 02 2014, 12:50PM EDT

DocuSign, global leader in digital transaction management (DTM) and eSignature solutions, has announced an industry first mobile SDK. The DocuSign Mobile SDK allows developers to integrate DTM and eSignature functionality natively into mobile apps.  The SDK was designed for simple integration (full eSignature and DTM integration in less than an hour) while preserving many options for customization.
 

The customer and partner feedback regarding the SDK has been nothing but positive so far. Santosh Khare, TouchBase CEO, anticipated:
 

“TouchBase's customers will love the ability to manage digital transactions and get documents electronically signed with our mobile app built using the DocuSign Mobile SDK….DocuSign's trusted Digital Transaction Management platform and worldwide user base ensures TouchBase’s apps are trusted and secure. Integrating TouchBase and DocuSign enables mobile workforces to send, receive and manage signed NDAs, contracts and order forms on-the-go – rich functionality that our customers are already committing to purchase.”

The SDK is for iOS. After integration, app users can sign and complete any document based transactions directly within the mobile app. Additionally, users could have in-person signing sessions with a mobile app as opposed the cumbersome paper sign-ins. Contact the DocuSign team through the SDK site to learn more.nolj

Eric Carter Eric is the founder of Dartsand and Corporate Counsel for a specialty technology distributor. He is a frequent contributor to technology media outlets and also serves as primary legal counsel for multiple startups in the Real Estate, Virtual Assistant, and Software Development Industries. Follow me on Google+

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