CCBill in Deal With DocuSign to Streamline Account Updates

TEMPE, Ariz. — CCBill announced this morning that it has partnered with DocuSign Inc. to enable more efficient and smoother account changes for its merchants.

DocuSign helps organizations of every size, industry and geography eliminate the hassles, costs, and lack of security inherent in paper-based processes to transact business 100 percent digitally, CCBill officials said.

With DocuSign, CCBill merchants can quickly, easily and securely update contact information, payout method, ownership changes, account authorizations and more.

“DocuSign is the global standard for digital transaction management, and its e-signature functionality is a welcome addition to our merchant account management toolset,” said Gary Jackson, managing vice president of sales and Internet markets for CCBill. “No longer are merchants required to email or fax in updates to their accounts. Instead they can digitally prepare, approve, and sign for any changes in a few simple and secure steps — from anywhere, anytime, on any device.” 

Said Glenn Griffin, vice president of business development at DocuSign: “Our partnership with CCBill is a great example of how DocuSign is helping companies make the digital transformation to eliminate paper from business for increased efficiency, lower cost, enhanced security and compliance, and a better end user experience.”

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