Cordel selects Scrive to power digitalisation with electronic signing
Norwegian ERP and project management system for craftsmen Cordel has integrated the Scrive eSign service for the electronic signing of documents.
Stockholm, July 8 2020
Cordel today announced a partnership with Scrive, the agreements automation platform, to enable all Norwegian users to sign documents electronically from within the Cordel SaaS platform.
Cordel’s cloud-based system is specifically adapted to craftsmen, contractors and trade professionals to automate and digitalise manual and paper processes. Without a method for electronically signing offers, orders, contracts and other documents, an otherwise digital workflow was interrupted by time-consuming steps involving paper, printing, scanning and mailing.
Some Cordel users have used stand-alone e-sign services to avoid paper processes, which still required manual steps. With the integration to the Scrive eSign service, now it’s easy to send, sign, archive and manage documents directly from within the Cordel interface.
“Cordel’s dedication to productivity through automation and giving their customers a great experience is right in line with Scrive’s values”, says Scrive Partner Manager Mathias Björlin. “Also both companies value security and privacy just as much as ease of use and driving customer success.”
“Cordel Norge has used Scrive for several years to digitalize internal processes. It is a pleasure to now be able to offer our customers on our SaaS platform the same opportunity for efficiency and digitalization with Scrive as an integrated part of Cordel”, says Bjørn Kristian Bentzen, General Manager Cordel Norge.
A leader in digitalisation since 2010, Scrive’s cloud-based platform provides agreement lifecycle automation powered by electronic signatures and identification solutions. More than 3,000 customers worldwide rely on Scrive to sign agreements and identify their own customers and partners, driving security, compliance, data quality and customer experience. Scrive is headquartered in Stockholm, with local offices in Norway, Denmark and the Netherlands, and has over 100 employees.
Cordel’s cloud-based system is specially adapted to craftsmen, contractors and trade professionals, and supports craft companies to automate and digitize manual processes. Cordel focuses on the customer’s core functions, sales and execution of orders and projects. Cordel is currently used by over 1500 Norwegian companies and has over 10,000 users in Norway. Cordel Norge AS has 60 employees, with head office in Ålesund and branch offices in Oslo and Hønefoss.
Bjørn Kristian Bentzen, General Manager: [email protected]
Mathias Björlin, Partner Manager: [email protected]