Yes, the Juiced add on for Docusign would work since it operates by email. Each next step in the signature chain is email driven so each person stays on their own device as opposed to physically passing around a device to finger sign
------------------------------Mark Shnier (YQC)Quick Base Solution ProviderYour Quick Base Coachhttp://QuickBaseCoach.email@example.com------------------------------
To add onto Mark,
The Juiced Docusign Workflow seems to rely on an existing record being created, so in the flow for the form, you need to create a way to create a record, then trigger the Juiced Addon to generate the Docusign request.
It is really useful though.
The Docusign Trigger is not tied into to adding a Record. It can be triggered by anything you like.
Interesting, looking at the code, there are several references to a record ID. Is there a way to reference QB's internal RID prior to creating the record?
I was referring to the add in from Juiced, not the Pipelines Docusign if that is what you are referring to.
With the Juiced add on, typically the record will have been created and then at a later point in the workflow, Exact Plus Forms PDF document will be created. Then the user will trigger that say a Contract is ready for signature and that will stat the DocuSign process.
Thank you for the quick responses. I didn't think about the Pipelines connection for DocuSign. I'll look into that option as well as add-on software.
You can also check out the form builder from Advantage.
It's really sleek, and works off a webpage, and I believe the user can just scan a qr code with their phone and it will take them to a form with a signature option. You may have to make the page EOTI, I am not sure. I only demo'd it (there were a couple limitations that made it not usable for my purposes), but I really wished I could use it because it is such a nice design and so easy to work with.
I second the motion from Mark. I have implemented the Juiced tool at customers and they love it. There is tremendous benefit to it beyond the "no contact." You now have some real data in QB about the closing process at the customer. It provides a wealth of insight into how long to get a proposal out, how many, closing ratios, closing response.
You can really figure out who is doing there job in the Sales Department and who is not.