DocVerify Debuts New WebHook Feature for Instant Status of Electronic Signatures

DocVerify has released the new WebHook feature that allows users to instantly update the status of their electronic signatures on documents to any remote website. This innovative, powerful feature operates by doing a simple GET or a POST directly to any URL using WebHooks the moment a signer creates a new signature document, views a signature document or signs a document, once the document has completed the signature process.

A WebHook is a contract management tool that provides users with valuable information as soon as it happens, which means no more waiting to find out the status of e-signatures or having to pull the data. Users are able to register their own URL and then extend, customize and integrate that application with their own custom extensions or other applications on the World Wide Web.

According to DocVerify, “It’s very simple. After the system has been activated, you simply enter the URL of the page where you have set it up to receive DocVerify’s GETs or POSTSs, and the instant a signer performs an action, such as viewing an e-sign document or completing an e-signature document, your page is instantly notified of  the update. This allows you to quickly update the information on your own site without the need of constantly having to pull the data from DocVerify for status updates.

In addition, DocVerify’s new webhook feature is also designed to work in coordination with DocVerify’s voice signature system, not only the e-sign system. Once the user has set up the URL, each time a new voice signature document is created, a voice signature is requested, a call is answered, verified or recorded, the URL is immediately updated.

DocVerify’s new WebHook feature offers vital help for any contract management or document management needs, ensuring instant notification of electronic signatures and more.

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