Administration processes have largely been paper-driven, which can be prone to errors, delays and inefficiencies. Leveraging Digital Transaction Management (DTM) from NET+ DocuSign, institutions are streamlining legacy paper processes, creating meaningful efficiencies and improving resource management with safe & secure digital document-based transactions.
Join The Ohio State University, Internet2 and DocuSign to learn what's driving the digital transformation on campuses and how:
See how your institution can quickly begin the journey to make processes 100% digital from start to finish, accelerate transactions, reduce costs and errors, and delight users!
Diane will share what's driving OSU's digital transformation, their experiences, and lessons learned implementing Digital Transaction Management in the Human Resources (HR) function. She'll also discuss how OSU was able to speed deployment of DocuSign through NET+, thanks to peers who vetted and customized the service for higher education.
Ryan will discuss his experience working with higher education institutions to transform legacy paper processes to 100% digital from start to finish and drive impactful efficiencies with Digital Transaction Management.
Nick will moderate the discussion and share how higher education experts leveraged Internet2 NET+ to create the peer-driven and tailored NET+ DocuSign solution for higher education--integrated with security and accessibility standards, federated identity, and tailored terms to help institutions speed deployment and minimize challenges associated with migrating to Digital Transaction Management.
Focused on accelerating secure and reliable cloud mobility for higher education's diverse users, Internet2 NET+ is a research and education (R&E) community-driven initiative. Through a rigorous peer-driven evaluation process, R&E institutions and cloud service providers work together to develop offerings that maximize deployment efficiencies and minimize the business and legal challenges, financial costs, and technology risks of migrating from on-campus to cloud-based solutions.