Doxly Inc., a tech startup that offers software to digitize the process of closing legal transactions, has added a new feature to its fleet to enable attorneys and clients to sign their documents from any electronic device.
After launching last fall in downtown Indianapolis, attorney-run Doxly announced Thursday that its software is now working in conjunction with DocuSign, an e-signature company that enables parties to electronically sign legal documents from behind the screen of a computer.
“Historically, the signature process has been difficult to accomplish without eroding associate morale, partner demeanor and client experience to some degree,” Doxly CEO Haley Altman, a former Ice Miller LLP transactional attorney, said in a statement. “By combining DocuSign with Doxly’s signature management solution, which helps create signature pages and packets, we’re able to provide our customers and their clients peace of mind that signatures can be obtained quickly, securely and effectively with closings happening on time.”
With the DocuSign integration in place, attorneys and clients can electronically add their signatures to closing documents by inputting their signer information into Doxly’s Signatures Simplified platform, which then sends and tracks the necessary pages and signatures to each relevant document in real-time.
The DocuSign feature comes after Doxly upgraded its software to include its Deal Insights and Digital Closing Books features.