Measurable acceleration of administrative processes.
Retail & Education.
Educational institutions and retail companies are already digitizing their document process with MOXIS. When will you start?
Universities are always faced with a large number of documents that all have to be signed. Certificates, notices and other important documents are printed out, signed and re-scanned. As a result, invaluable time is lost, and standardized administration of student files is made significantly more difficult.
With MOXIS, all digital documents of a case are in the right place from the beginning – and paperless. Doing so, redundant work steps can be avoided and cross-media conversion can be reduced to a minimum. This enables savings of material costs and more effective utilization of personnel resources. The labor savings for administration are reflected in a measurable acceleration of processes.
Unique features take yoursignature processes to the next level.
sign multiple documents in a batch
Map roles and define your own groups of signers
Invite external persons to sign documents
configurable workflows adapt to your processes
»At the end of the day it's all about increasing efficiency and making modern administration as lean as possible.«
In Practice .
In her position as in-house legal counsel Patricia Leeb is responsible for legal services and contract management for the fashion giant BESTSELLER. She has discovered the perfect tool for electronic signatures to efficiently deal with the large volume of contracts. This tool is MOXIS, the electronic signature folder.
The education centre ibis acam uses electronic signatures for a wide scope of quality management services for their customers. MOXIS plays a central role in supporting the digitalization process of the company.
The solution from XiTrust enables a legally-compliant electronic signature with the comfort of batch signature as well as the legal electronic dispatch of notices to the students.
“Our spectrum in contract management is enormously broad. Thanks to the possibility of the electronic signature, the time and effort required for signing has decreased significantly,” explains Sabine Suppan. “We can now do it from anywhere.”