DocuSign, PayPal to provide electronic signature and payment transactions

Wednesday 11 April 2012 14:46 CET | News

DocuSign, the global standard for e-signature, and PayPal are offering customers a single transaction process which includes electronic signature and payment transactions.

DocuSign Payment, which integrates DocuSign with PayPal, enables businesses to collect payments from customers, partners and suppliers as they DocuSign documents with no additional programming, coding, or IT involvement. Payment processing with PayPal can be setup using DocuSign’s web interface or using DocuSign’s standards-based API. Users select the “Enable Payment Processing” feature in DocuSign and designate the PayPal account where payments will be transferred.

During the transaction process, signers complete the normal DocuSigning steps and are prompted to provide payment. Signers who don’t have a PayPal account can set one up within the process, or opt to pay with a credit card, including Visa, Mastercard, American Express and Discover.

DocuSign Payment will be available with the company’s April product release as an optional add-on to DocuSign for Business or DocuSign for Enterprise editions.

Customers who use DocuSign are using a global information security management system (ISMS) that’s examined and certified to international security standards, including ISO/IEC 27001, SSAE 16, TRUSTe, and PCI DSS 2.0 as both a merchant and service provider.

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Keywords: DocuSign, PayPal, electronic signature, payment transactions
Categories: Payments & Commerce | Online Payments
Countries: World
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