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Scrive news and updates: March 2021

Welcome to the March 2021 edition of the Scrive newsletter! Keep up to date on company news, product releases and new features and integrations. We’re always happy to hear from you about what new functionality you’d like to see and what we can do better. To give us feedback, just reply to this email.

 

VW auto financing solution rolls out in UK

Volkswagen Financial Services UK has partnered with Scrive and Onfido to launch their next-generation digital financing solution for UK dealerships. Fast, secure, paperless car financing: identify with Onfido, sign with Scrive. Volkswagen Financial Services operates in 48 markets across the globe. The UK is the first market where the new financing solution is being rolled out.

 

Google docs add-on is here!

Google Workspace users can now launch and manage Scrive e-sign workflows directly from any Workspace document. Google Docs users everywhere can get legally-binding agreements signed with just a few clicks, without leaving the document. To get the Scrive add-on, visit our Google Workspace Marketplace listing.

 

Digitalising auto sales in Denmark with Auto IT

Auto IT, Denmark’s leading provider of IT services to car dealerships, now offers Scrive in its Autodesktop platform with the goal of digitalising agreements for the entire car lifecycle. Customers can use their NemID (and soon MitID) to sign bills of sale, and in the future service agreements, rental, leasing and insurance agreements and more. Learn more about Scrive automotive solutions

 

Feature releases

Curating the customer journey with eSign Online

Customise the customer experience even further by re-directing your signing parties to the landing page of your choice upon signing a document–or even if they reject your signing invitation. Better than simple confirmation messages, take control by sending your clients and partners along to the next step in their journey with you.

Power Automate – set API host URL

Building Scrive e-signing and identity verification into your Power Automate flows? Now you can set the API host URL depending on where you are in your development (testing, staging), or use your branded domain for production. See the Scrive Power Automate connector documentation.