airSlate’s award-winning e-signature solution signNow and Autodesk BIM 360 come together to streamline construction contract approvals.
Boston, MA (PRWEB) - airSlate has launched an integration for its signNow application and Autodesk’s construction management software BIM 360®, giving construction teams the ability to negotiate and e-sign project documents directly from BIM 360. Autodesk BIM 360 is a cloud-based solution connecting construction teams, data, and workflows to drive efficient decision-making and improved collaboration. With signNow’s BIM 360 integration, teams can access the project information they need when they need it, saving time and money while ensuring projects run more efficiently.
Project managers using this integration now can:
- E-sign project documents directly in BIM 360
- Send documents from BIM 360 directly to clients and subcontractors for e-signing
- Track progress in real time with court-admissible Audit Trails and instant notifications
“airSlate is known for its easily configurable automation overall, and signNow — for its ability to scale up or down to fit any workflow,” says Eugene Gorelik, Vice President of Engineering for airSlate. “Now, project managers using BIM 360 can enjoy e-signing automation when sending proposals, change orders, engineering seals, and RFIs, all without leaving the Autodesk environment. With signNow, teams can streamline the contract negotiation process, broaden their project management capacities, and reduce delivery times.”
“Given the size of contracts and the number of stakeholders involved across construction projects, teams need to be able to access all of the information they need, when they need it, in order to make timely and informed contract decisions,” says James Cook, head of integrations at Autodesk Construction Solutions. “signNow’s BIM 360 integration gives teams the power to access critical information instantly and streamline decision making so work can continue as planned.”
Charles Perry Partners, Inc. (CPPI) — a construction management firm in Florida and Georgia, has been among the first to test the powerful integration on their project operations. “We were looking for a workflow solution with a flexible API that would be easy to integrate with any solution. CPPI chose signNow because our field teams enjoy using it, and it makes them more efficient and more customer-centric," said Brad Buckles, director of technology at CPPI.
“Now managers can arrange and track complex business workflows without switching between tabs or apps on a mobile device. The signNow and BIM 360 integration provides instant synchronization as well, so all document changes and electronic signatures obtained are securely stored on both Autodesk BIM 360 and airSlate,” says Eugene Gorelik.
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airSlate is a global SaaS technology company that serves tens of millions of users worldwide. airSlate cloud solutions span PDF editing, workflow automation, e-signature workflows, and robotic and document process automation. pdfFiller, signNow, USLegal, and airSlate make up the company’s portfolio of award-winning products.
signNow is an enterprise e-signature solution designed to simplify the signing and managing of documents online. More than 6 million people use signNow to speed up document workflows and reduce paperwork. The average satisfaction score among enterprise users is 9.56 out of 10, which makes signNow the #1 e-signature solution for both large and small businesses. The signNow mobile signature app is available on both iOS and Android.