DocStar Enterprise Content Management (ECM) offers an embedded electronic signature capability developed using the DocuSign® eSignature API. You can access DocuSign from within DocStar ECM workflow tasks and ad hoc actions for all DocStar ECM document content, forms, and packages. Complete approvals and agreements in minutes—not days—from virtually anywhere in the world. Quickly and securely access and sign documents. Easily upload and send documents for others to sign. Send reminders and check signing status any time.
The combination of DocStar ECM plus DocuSign eSignature constitutes a comprehensive contract management system and facilitates end-to-end business workflows where content validation with eSignature is required for documents, forms, and packages. In DocStar ECM, DocuSign maintains a complete, automated history of every viewing, printing, sending, signing, or declining activity on a document. Once a document is signed, the certificate of completion is attached in DocStar ECM as proof of the signing process to all parties of the transaction. With DocuSign, you can be confident that your technology satisfies current regulations and statutes, such as the Uniform Electronic Transactions Act (UETA), the U.S. Federal ESIGN Act, and E.U. Directive 1999/93/EC, among others.
Easily select and send DocStar ECM documents for electronic signature.
Simply upload a Microsoft® Word, PDF, or other common document format from DocStar ECM.
As part of the DocStar signing workflow, add the names and email addresses of your signers and other recipients.
Predefined DocuSign fields indicate where you need a signature, initial, or date. You can also specify the order in which signers should sign and add standard or custom fields for signers to fill in. Once the document has been signed, it’s automatically stored securely in DocStar ECM for easy retrieval.
Quickly access and sign documents that require your signature.
With one click, you can access and sign the document on virtually any Internet-enabled device.
Tabs and simple instructions guide you through the signing process. Your electronic signatures are secure, legally binding, and widely accepted for business transactions around the world.
Once you’re done signing, click Finish to complete the process.
Readily check a document’s status, send reminders, view audit trails, and securely store online.
Just pull up your DocuSign dashboard to check status and schedule, run reports, and view audit trails. You can see where your document is in the signing process, set automatic reminders, and receive notifications every step of the way.
Once completed, both senders and signers have anytime, anywhere access to the document. It is stored online and can be downloaded and printed as needed.
You can manage internal users, adjust branding, and get visibility into documents across your organization. Advanced options help you adhere to and set compliance policies, as well as access advanced reporting.
Use when your contract requires signature and countersignature. Electronic signature capabilities have revolutionized how business gets done.
Use when a new employee application form requires a signature on some or all documents within the package or when you require a signature on the package to approve/validate the whole package.
Use when drawing changes require a review cycle and sign-off by stakeholders—including customers.
Use when production plans and production test results require sign-off by quality personnel.
Use electronic signatures to sign off on work orders or acknowledge goods received at an offsite location. Also use when received orders require sign-off by quality personnel.
Use for sign-off on medical forms, granting permission, or proof of acceptance.
Use for sign-off on permits, change orders, building code approvals, expenses, and more.
Use for sign-off on inspection approvals.
DocuSign eSignature capability is an add-on module available with DocStar ECM Versions 18.2 and higher. You will be required to set up a DocuSign eSignature account. While DocuSign is free to users signing documents, a DocuSign subscription plan is required for integration with DocStar and requesting signatures. Premium subscriptions also allow for custom branding, signer authentication, and more.