Thanks to a new integration between DocuSign and real estate website vendor Real Estate Webmasters, real estate pros will be able to share information between the two platforms.
For example, when agents have client information logged into the back end of their Real Estate Webmaster database and they want to begin a digital transaction or e-sign a document in DocuSign, they can now just click one button to have that contact’s information automatically pulled into a new transaction or e-sign event within DocuSign, said Glenn Shimkus, vice president of product management at DocuSign.
For the integration to work, users must have accounts with both DocuSign and Real Estate Webmasters, Shimkus said.
DocuSign has unveiled a number of integrations with other real estate platforms recently, including with the electronic form software maker zipForm and the customer relationship management platforms Salesforce and Tribus.
DocuSign recently unveiled a new version of its transaction management platform that allows users to complete deals entirely from their mobile devices.
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