We send the contracts out with the installer but I'd like to automate
the whole process as well. I'm not a lawyer but I'm sure there is a
way to have the customer bind a electronically. Anyone?
-RickG

On Sat, Jun 6, 2009 at 7:42 AM, Scott Reed<scottr...@onlyinternet.net> wrote:
> We currently use a two-year contract for customers.  Right now we gather
> the information, generate a contract, USMail it to the customer and wait
> for them to USMail it back after they sign it before we schedule an
> installation.  We would like to reduce the time from initial contact to
> installation.  One option we are looking at is "electronic signature" on
> the contract. We have done some research into doing this, but thought it
> would be good to get some other input.
> If you do electronic signatures, how do you do it?
> If you use a third party to "certify" the signatures, who do you use?
> What is good about them?  What is not so good?
>
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> Scott Reed
> Sr. Systems Engineer
> GAB Midwest
> 1-800-363-1544 x4000
> Cell: 260-273-7239
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