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Thanks to, Getting Contracts and Agreements Signed Has Never Been Easier

For business operations that rely on contracts and agreements that need to be completed and signed remotely, has become a game changer. PaperlessForms Inc, a Michigan-based firm, recently introduced a low-cost tool that reduces the turnaround time on the critical forms and documents that drive many businesses. The tool allows entrepreneurs, managers and business owners to create, format and edit digital documents quickly and easily, without the need to upload PDFs and overlay form fields.

PaperlessForms improves upon the decades-old method of creating documents in one tool, and then uses a second tool to apply needed fields and create a final document. "The main advantage of our format is the speed with which you can create and deploy documents with form fields and signature fields built right in," says Brandon Walker, Customer Relations Manager at PaperlessForms Inc. "For some, the older multistep process is a deterrent from ever migrating to digital documents," says Walker. "With the older process, each time edits, such as correcting simple typos, are necessary, the entire uploading and field-mapping process must be repeated."

The ease and simplicity of creating digital forms, documents and embedded web pages is driving customers who originally subscribed for only one or two forms, to manage a greater number of their business documents through PaperlessForms. PaperlessForms allows managers increased flexibility over the flow of critical documents, including faster delivery and turnaround.

The form-builder tool is a spin-off of, another of the company's successful document management products, widely used within the transportation industry. Like the predecessor product, PaperlessForms is built on a robust, yet user-friendly form designer that resembles a standard document editor. Resulting documents are produced in a mobile-ready format that conforms to any device.

PaperlessForms circumvents the need to manage documents elsewhere, import them as PDFs, and then add form fields. Designing a digital document using begins with an empty canvas on which to apply various field types, including e-signature fields and table fields. One of the most unique features of the tool is its use of formatted paragraphs for typing text directly on the canvas, and embedding fields anywhere in that text. "This is a huge advantage with contracts and agreements," says Walker. "With direct paragraph editing functionality you have a more robust set of field types and controls than you typically see in a form tool." The paragraph function also allows you to copy and paste your text from other documents.

PaperlessForms allows you to create multipart digital forms where internal fields can be populated before the form is sent to the recipient, or after it is returned. On demand edits are also much easier because writing directly on the canvas avoids the need to upload a new template for each revision. Forms and documents in PaperlessForms can be sent to recipients via email or text message, as well as being embedded within website pages, for use as contact forms, registration pages or surveys.

One very important feature of PaperlessForms is its affordability. The single-user version of the tool is priced at less than fifteen dollars per month while the unlimited version is priced around one hundred dollars per month. Use of the tool has been growing rapidly as small and medium businesses look for cost-effective ways to reduce inefficiencies.
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