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DocuSign and FedEx teams up to make digital signing even easier


A new partnership aims to give FedEx Office customers additional options when it comes to immediately signing, sending and printing documents on July 14th, 2014.

The newly minted deal is collaboration between FedEx Office and DocuSign, Inc. It gives FedEx Office customers use of DocuSign Digital Transaction Management, or DTM. These digital options allow FedEx Office customers secure access to DocuSign features, with the ability to contact a person all over the world, using any type of device. For DocuSign customers, the deal means they will have the ability to print DocuSigned documents directly to any of the more than 1,800 FedEx Office locations. It also gives these customers prompt access to digital printing and quick-turn copying.

In response to this, Vice President of Retail Marketing for FedEx, Randy Scarborough, said, “This new tool is another example of the many digital and mobile printing services available through FedEx Office.” Scarborough added, “DocuSign is a complement to our existing suite of printing and shipping services.”

DocuSign claims to offer the most reliable, secure and safest digital transaction platform out there. With each DocuSigned document, a user is provided with an audit trail that’s legally binding. As well, DocuSign’s global information security management system is said to be certified with the maximum in standards for international security.

Chairman and CEO of DocuSign, Keith Krach, said, “The relationship between FedEx Office and DocuSign highlights our shared focus on world-class service and reliability that customers depend on in their business every day.” Krach went on to say, “FedEx Office customers will enjoy the convenience, speed, and security of DocuSign’s Digital Transaction Management solutions so they can keep business fully digital.”

According to DocuSign, there are millions of users of their service, spread across 188 countries, and in a variety of business ventures including everything from healthcare and technology, to real estate and financial services.