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The digital dotted line: RightSignature takes John Hancock online

By   /   Friday, May 4th, 2012  /   2 Comments

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RightSignature CEO Daryl Bernstein hopes his company’s technology for Web-based signature capture and document management will become as ubiquitous in small-business offices as word processing or spreadsheets. (Stephen Nellis photo) It’s 2012. Why are we still signing paper documents? The answer comes down to tradition and technology. We cling to the feel and familiarity of…


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  1. shawnmulchay says:

    We use RightSignature for all our legal signing needs. An excellent product. I’ve used them for different companies across all industry spectrums and highly recommend them to any follow business owner.

  2. fred says:

    Great Solution to a painful problem. Because you can effectively ‘escrow’ your contracts and agreements, it saves a lot of time. You don’t have to compare faxes of signed docs line by line with the original to be assured your party has signed the full agreement. This alone is worth the fee.

    All they need is a better brand name, and maybe some venture backing.

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