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USPS Delivery Slowdown and the Rise of Electronic Signatures

By: Daryl Bernstein / Thursday, December 8, 2011

The U.S. Postal Service has announced that first-class mail will take several more days in transit, as the USPS dramatically shrinks operations in response to precipitous declines in mail volume and billion-dollar annual operating losses. This news is further indication that the paper era is coming to an end as businesses transition to more efficient, cost-effective, and environmentally sustainable web delivery technologies.

Over the last decade, as companies adopted online billing systems and sent most notifications by email, one of the few remaining use cases for traditional postal mail was facilitating signatures. Now that use case, too, is antiquated. Taking multiple days each way in transit, wasting paper and ink, and having little visibility into document progress doesn't make sense in the internet era. Instead, businesses large and small, in every industry, are using RightSignature to enable their customers, employees, vendors, and partners to fill out and sign documents online in minutes.

When a post office near our headquarters faced closure recently, the Noozhawk highlighted RightSignature as a contributor to the paperless revolution:
RightSignature ... has had a direct effect on traditional forms of mail delivery. It enables businesses to prepare and sign documents online so they can close more deals in less time, reduce paper and ink expenses, minimize environmental impact and avoid fax hassles. 


RightSignature is the easiest, fastest way to get your documents filled out and signed online.
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