Kreston Stanley Williamson has recently decided to move to a streamlined easy-to-use electronic signing platform via FuseSign from July 2022.
One of our highest priorities is getting documentation out to our clients as quickly and securely as possible and with FuseSign we can achieve both of these effortlessly.
What does this mean for you?
Your contact details — including your mobile number — have been set up within FuseSign. Mobile numbers are important in the FuseSign process as this acts as your authenticator when signing your documentation.
Once we have sent you the relevant documents for review/signing, there are just a few simple steps to follow:
- Firstly, you’ll receive a document bundle link via email. This will come from a FuseSign email address on behalf of the KSW office.
- In the body of the email, there will be a link to open your secure document.
- You will then be presented with an online view of your documents to review and digitally sign.
- Click the ‘Sign Document’ button to validate the documents you are signing. You will receive an SMS verification code on the mobile number provided. Enter the code when prompted.
- Once your documents have been authorised and signed, you will receive an automated email as soon as all parties have finalised their signing actions in the bundle.
If you prefer, you can watch this short video to guide you through the process: https://vimeo.com/439139011
Going forward, we will discontinue Xero Portal for signing documents and you will not be receiving communication from us in the future in relation to signing documents via Xero Portal.
For our clients who prefer to sign documentation using pen and paper, or prefer to have the documentation posted out, we will continue to do so. However, we do highly encourage all our clients to use FuseSign to securely and digitally sign documents to help the environment and reduce paper wastage.
If at any time you are unsure how to proceed with signing your documents using FuseSign, please feel free to contact the office and we’ll be more than happy to assist.
Author – Quang Tat
*Correct as of 4 August 2022
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