And there’s more news for DocsCorp as it this week announces its PDF editing and bundling application pdfDocs now integrates with DocuSign, with Norway’s Wiersholm among the first firms to take advantage of the integration.

DocuSign’s leading eSignature solution is part of the DocuSign Agreement Cloud. This is pdfDocs’ first integration with a third-party electronic signature provider.

“We’re excited to be working closely with DocsCorp to deliver this integration,” commented Lisa Munnings, DocuSign AVP global partner ecosystem for Asia Pacific & Japan. “It will benefit any business wanting to provide an efficient and completely electronic signing experience for staff and clients.”    

pdfDocs users will enjoy integration that supports an entirely electronic signature workflow, eliminating the need for printed documents. It will enhance collaboration for virtual teams and remote workers.

Norway’s highest-ranking Legal 500 firm, Wiersholm, will be among the first to benefit from the integration. “DocsCorp and DocuSign applications are important tools for us as a business law firm,” said Navid Behrouz, the firm’s CIO. “This integration will streamline our processes even further, saving valuable staff time and improving turnaround times for our clients. We’re looking forward to using it at our firm.”

Using the latest version of pdfDocs, users can open documents from their local network or a document management system and send one or multiple PDFs to DocuSign. pdfDocs already offers several electronic signature workflows, including self-signed certificates. The integration with DocuSign expands this offering, connecting thousands of pdfDocs users with the eSignature solution they use every day.