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Sofico Miles now supports digital signatures

Sofico has partnered with Belgian software house, Connective, to introduce a new electronic signature capability for its Miles software solution.

The aim is to obtain a legally binding signature on a final lease contract in a quick and hassle-free manner and to remove the gap between the customer’s decision to lease or finance a vehicle and the availability of the final paperwork to sign.

Wim Bauwens, sales and marketing executive, at Sofico (pictured), said: “Now, there is no need to wait for a signed customer contract or supplier agreement to be returned via the mail. Electronic signatures speed up the process, are completely legal and provide total compliance. They act as clear and irrefutable evidence of another party’s intentions without any ambiguity.”

With the integration of Connective’s eSignatures module, Miles users can invite prospects or customers to complete and sign documents and contracts with just a few simple clicks.

Digital signatures are obtained in a secure and legal manner. Depending on the type of electronic signature chosen by the Miles user, they provide complete and irrefutable legal proof without fear of repudiation.


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