Welcome to this month’s round-up of what’s new and different with Scrive and our offerings.
Growth investor partners with Scrive
Vitruvian Partners’ recent investment in Scrive promises to further accelerate our already rapid growth as we move into Europe and further expand the Scrive product offering.
“This is more than an investment”, says Scrive CEO Viktor Wrede. “Having Vitruvian alongside management as a supportive new owner gives us a great backing to execute our plan of becoming a pan-European leader within the e-signing and e-identification industry.”
Scrive partners with Onfido for global identity verification
Integrating Onfido’s ID verification solution enables Scrive’s e-signature customers to perform online identity checks anywhere, anytime.
“This is a game-changer for our customers”, says Scrive CEO Viktor Wrede. “In one quick leap, they now have a secure method for identifying their customers and partners almost anywhere in the world. When signing agreements, onboarding and performing high-risk transactions, the vast majority of countries don’t have a national eID like Swedish BankID. And even where eIDs are available, Onfido can provide an additional layer of security when required.”
Scrive is pleased to announce a new app offering integrated electronic signing from the SuperOffice CRM. SuperOffice users will benefit from the fact that Scrive eSign, as a sales tool, has a proven track record for accelerating the overall customer acquisition process through shorter sales cycles and higher conversion rates.
Clio partnership enables paperless legal processes
Legal tech leader Clio offers electronic signing with integration to the Scrive eSign service. Law firms and legal departments can initiate e-signing workflows directly from the Clio platform while taking advantage of all the Scrive e-signing and digital identity features.
“This integration gives legal professionals one-click access to Scrive’s services from the workspace where so many of them are already working”, says Jill Persson, Scrive Partner Account Manager.
Scrive now works with Zefort
From e-signing to smart archiving: Scrive eSign users can now automatically store their signed documents to Zefort’s smart contract archive. Zefort’s key features include a smart search, team sharing, automatic reminders and a clean, easy-to-use user interface.
“This is a textbook example of how an integrated use of solutions generates a higher customer value, compared with using the same two solutions as stand-alone products”, says Jill Persson, Partner Account Manager at Scrive.
New Power Automate templates
Auto-archive your signed Scrive documents to OneDrive, DropBox or Google Drive with Microsoft Power Automate. See the new templates for OneDrive and DropBox.
Scrive pop-up academy
Visit our new learning library, where you’ll find resources on e-signing, digital identity and digitalisation. See this page for updated listings for upcoming and recorded events like webinars and conferences.