To celebrate we've made an ROI calculator to help you realise the potential of digital signing & automation
We have spent a lot of time researching the time and cost savings our current customers have achieved, along with taking into account DocuSign’s average stats from their website. Generally the more documents you send for signing, the lower the individual cost and vice versa. We have been conservative with our amounts so you may find you will save even more than noted above! But as every Kiwi business is different it’s best to get in touch for more details.
Well, DocuSign states an average of $36 per agreement is saved through the use of eSignatures. Some may see more, some less, we have gone a bit more conservative with an average of $30 per document saved. We then additionally add an extra $6 per agreement saved if you still print, mail and scan your documents, which is still conservative too when you consider a courier alone will cost New Zealander’s ~$10.
Ok, so you load up Microsoft Word template, add your recipients details, print, scan your emails for the address, book a courier and wait. Until it comes back and you scan it in and continue the document journey. Based on our research we settled with an average of 2 hours saved per document, based on manually creating documents, personalising and taking into account human error and documents needingto be redone. Then we add on 30 mins per document to print, scan, organise mailing, and scan and storage once the document is returned.
DocuSign see around 80% of documents signed within a day and a staggering 44% within 15 minutes! By the time you’ve printed, mailed and waited for delivery you’ve already gone a few days. The envelope sits on the recipients desk for a while before eventually it’s signed, scanned and mailed back. Some companies may be waiting weeks to receive a signature back. With DocuSign it’s literally as easy as a few clicks, so yeah, customer experience is unbelievably better.
Yeah only more than 400! That includes Microsoft, Salesforce, SAP, Zoom, Google, Oracle, Apple, Stripe and many more. Not just for eSignature but Contract Lifecycle Management (CLM) really completes (and automates) the document journey.