Busy only begins to describe the KISSmetrics Sales team. From the top of the morning until after quitting time, they’re making calls, speaking with prospects, and closing deals. All of …
Today’s fast-paced work environment has given way to many efficient technological advancements, but at a cost: society has become increasingly impatient, expecting immediate results. The traditional sign and send method simply isn’t cutting it. Enter the electronic signature…
Being in the business of document productivity, we at Nitro do our best to understand the various document workflows used by our clients. We sell Nitro Pro and Nitro Cloud as tools for streamlining the paperwork processes that often eat up valuable time and effort during the workday. The way we see it, the less time someone spends tracking down a signature or mis-filed document, the more time they have to dedicate to other critical parts of their job. Here are 3 of Nitro’s basic best practices for improving document workflows in any business.
We all know modern business moves extremely fast, and whether or not yours can keep up hinges on the ability to understand and adapt to the rapid changes. If your team is equipped with a simple and clear document management strategy that supports your business initiatives, you’re one step ahead of the game.
Consider the following four recommendations and how they can enhance the agility of your business.
Here at Nitro, we regularly speak about “digital document strategies”. The phrase can take on many meanings depending on the audience, but for us it’s all about the methods through which a person, team, or company is managing, accessing, and sharing their documents.
PDF and e-signatures are natural complements. Along with flexibility and affordability, e-signatures provide businesses with several advantages.
Nitro Cloud means, for the first time, that our desktop users can share documents online with anyone, and enable every participant in that workflow to collaborate on and sign those documents – with no desktop software required. Everything happens in the browser, and it’s all tracked – including document views, versions, markup, and comments.