A media release from DocuSign said as the pioneer and global standard for digital transaction management and eSignature, it was providing solutions to allow businesses to carry out transactions with trust and confidence.
It said Ingram Micro "offered its service provider partners and professionals access to a global marketplace, expertise, solutions and enablement programmes that help organisations configure, provision and manage cloud technologies with confidence and ease".
"There is an increasing demand among Australian businesses for secure cloud-based business applications to speed up collaboration and increase productivity,” said Lee Welch, general manager, Ingram Micro Cloud, Australia.
Mark Register, senior vice-president, Business Development and Channels, DocuSign, said: "We are delighted to welcome Ingram Micro to the DocuSign Global Trust Network of more than 250,000 companies and more than 100 million users across 188 countries.
"This partnership will open up whole new opportunities for DocuSign to help businesses eliminate printing, faxing, scanning and overnighting paper documents to transact business."
As a result of the agreement, Ingram Micro’s service provider partners will now be able to:
- Realise revenue faster – With DocuSign, agreements get completed and signed error free in minutes, dramatically accelerating cycle time to generate results and revenue sooner.
- Automate back-end document processing – DocuSign automatically pulls and updates information in existing business systems to eliminate manual re-keying of data and associated errors.
- Reduce operating costs – Reduce employee time spent preparing, sending, tracking, reconciling and handling documents, and eliminate costs associated with paper, ink, printing, faxing, scanning and overnighting documents.
- Increase customer satisfaction – DocuSign offers customers the convenience of signing agreements anytime, anywhere, on any device – including offline signing when Internet access is not available.