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    Intro to Digital Ink Intro to Digital Ink Presentation Transcript

    • Introduction to zipLogix Digital Ink
    • What is zipLogix Digital Ink? • Alternative digital signature solution for signing C.A.R. forms within zipForm® 6 • Send documents to buyers and sellers without printing, finding a fax machine or driving across town • Dramatically less time to prep and populate documents for signature while saving a tremendous amount of paper
    • Benefits & Features • Pre-tagged signatures for forms (no more drag and drop required for each signature/initial on every page) • Optional signature and initial fields • Text boxes for client completion • Expedite business processes and reduce associated costs • Better protection of confidential information
    • Cost • $40/user/year – includes 10 digital signature credits. One credit is equivalent to one transaction in zipForm® 6. – Additional transactions can be purchased on-demand within zipForm®6
    • Signing up
    • Sending forms for signature
    • Add signers
    • Preview lets you add fields for signing
    • Additional Signature/Initial
    • Make optional, delete or add text
    • One Transaction = One Credit
    • Email to Signer 1
    • Consent Notice
    • Signer sets up pin for transaction
    • Form opens to sign individually or all at once
    • Warning to sign all at once
    • Commit all signatures
    • Progression of documents
    • Warning message to print
    • Completion message to Signer 1
    • Completion email to Signer 1
    • Invitation email to Signer 2
    • Saving signed forms
    • Completion email to Agent
    • Completion email to Signer 1
    • Retrieving signed forms