If you have been following the blog, you have seen my 4 part blog series on building successful e-signature implementations hosted by e-SignLive by Silanis. If not, let me take a moment to review the topics and provide links to the posts.
It all starts with an idea. Part 1 – Introduction to building success e-signature implementations talks about the many reasons why we bother to start an e-signature project. It might be cost savings, improved operational processes or many times a way to stand out from the competition with your customers.
Next, Part 2 – Build versus Buy, what is the best choice and why?, discusses the age old question of buy versus build. Obviously I’m bias towards buying a solution but the post will discuss the mounting evidence why trying to do it on your own is not a solid approach.
Part 3 – Avoid building for the exceptions is my favorite in the series. I see time and time again, simple e-signature processes made entire too complex by trying to solve for a situation that happens only 1% of the time and the expense of the 99%. Read more to find out exactly why ignoring the exceptions might be the best way to go.
Train, train and then train some more. Part 4 talks all about the training component and how it will make or break your project.