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The promise of technology – fulfilled!

by Jonathan Peterson on 6:13 pm December 26, 2013

Over a year ago when Hurricane Sandy hit New York City, between all the devastating pictures that came from this tragedy, I was struck by the images online of people gathering around power outlets and coffee shops to get charged. These survivors who had lost so much and were scouring to find food and water were also struggling to stay digitally connected. Our digital world, which has become so ingrained in our daily existence, is now a staple as important as food, water and shelter … Read More »

DocuSign Acquires Cartavi

by Drew Meyers on 10:01 am May 15, 2013

The real estate technology consolidation continued today, as DocuSign acquired Cartavi. Here’s the press release: DocuSign Acquires Cartavi to Create End-to-End Digital Real Estate Transaction Collaboration Cartavi, a DocuSign Company, and zipLogix ® To Deliver Best-in-Class Solution with Forms, Collaboration and eSignature SAN FRANCISCO, CA; DETROIT, MI and WASHINGTON, DC – NAR MID YEAR MEETING – May 15, 2013 – DocuSign, The Global Standard for eSignature®, and the official and exclusive eSignature provider of the National Association of REALTORS®, announced it has acquired Cartavi, a leading … Read More »

How DocuSign Helped Me Make $35,977 While On Vacation

by Daniel Beer on 8:44 am July 24, 2012

Docusign for real estate

Being a creative person with a hyperactive imagination, I find myself playing “what if” games fairly often, and I thought the Geek Estate crowd would be interested to hear about my latest episode.  I found myself asking the following question, “If I had to give up all but one of the many tools I use in my business , which would it be?”    The answer was a no brainer.  I would hold on to DocuSign and dump the rest.  I’ll tell you why. First off, for … Read More »

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