DocuSign ‘preferred provider’ for Royal LePage brokers moving to paperless

More than 115,000 real estate professionals using platform to share, sign and send digital docs

DocuSign Inc. has signed a deal to be the preferred provider of digital transaction management services to brokerages affiliated with Canada’s biggest franchisor, Royal LePage.

Royal LePage, which provides services to a network of more than 15,000 real estate professionals in over 600 locations, is part of The Realty Alliance, a network of real estate companies that has an exclusive relationship with DocuSign in the U.S. and Canada. DocuSign says more than 115,000 real estate professionals use DocuSign to share, sign and send documents.

Going paperless image via Shutterstock.
Going paperless image via Shutterstock.

“DocuSign’s innovative technology will improve the speed and agility with which our brokers and agents can move and process transactions, and in turn improve the homebuying and selling experience for Canadians,” said Royal LePage President and CEO Phil Soper in a statement.

“Royal LePage is continuously exploring new digital services and capabilities to meet the fast-paced and highly competitive demands of today’s real estate environment. DocuSign was the clear leader in the digital transaction space.”

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