Recorded on: February 3, 2022
- Jim Love, CIO, ITWC
- Sameer Hajarnis, E-Signature Practice Leader, OneSpan
One of the great discoveries of the COVID-19 “era” has been that organizations have - and always had - the ability to shift rapidly, even overnight, to digital-first. IT teams acted quickly, employees for the most part transitioned into the “next normal,” and companies were able to successfully maintain their operations amid a global storm of disruption.
Unfortunately many businesses struggle, even now, two years into the global pandemic, to bring that all-important human element to remote signing and agreement processes.
The human element has never been more important at a time when face-to-face interactions are strictly governed by rules or nonexistent. Companies must seize “now” by working to get as close as possible to offering people “real feel” virtual interactions.
In this hour-long briefing, Love and Hajarnis discuss the ongoing challenge companies face in offering people authentic digital experiences.
Also among the topics to be covered in this session:
- The potential impact of the loss of the human touch in business interactions
- The five crucial steps of virtual agreement signing
- Using e-signature, web-enabled videoconferencing, and rich collaboration features
- Directly after the main discussion, participants will have a chance to ask any questions they may have about replicating, as close as possible, person-to-person interactions.