Across the globe, formal business relationships are built on the execution of documents. But physical paperwork shackles teams, increases costs, destroys customer experience and poses legal risks.
When you pay stamp duty on certain agreements, you gain access to a stamp paper that must be affixed to your contract document to make it legally valid and admissible in court. Software like Leegality can procure these stamp papers in a compliant manner and digitize them for you.
Integration with Zoho Contracts
Sales professionals can initiate contract requests from the related section of a deal record in Zoho CRM, and track the status of the contract in Zoho Contracts. This helps commercial teams get contracts signed faster and reduce the back and forth of sales and legal.
A typical contract management process requires a lot of time to switch between different tools to manage the contracts, which is a major source of friction and delays. Getting a CLM tool integrated with Zoho CRM can help eliminate this.
Zoho Contracts is a comprehensive contract management system that enables users to handle the entire process of creating, authoring, and managing contracts to improve business outcomes and efficiency. It provides a range of features, including clause library, document editor, contract type templates, and approval workflows. It also offers activity and change tracking, obligation management, and more.
Procure Stamp Papers Online
Using an online portal to procure stamp papers is a convenient and secure way of paying stamp duty. It also eliminates lag in paperwork.
A citizen can register for e-stamping by paying a user fee using various modes like cash, cheque, NEFT, RTGS or account transfer. He will then get a ‘Online Reference Acknowledgement Number’ and can carry it to the nearest Stock Holding Corporation India Limited branch to print the final copy of e-stamp paper.
The e-stamp certificate has its own Unique Identification Number (UIN) and can be verified through a mobile app. It’s verifiably unique, and cannot be tampered with or duplicated.
Get Aadhaar-Based Signatures
Aadhaar-based signatures are a legal way to verify and sign documents online. The process involves the signing of a document with the Aadhaar number of the applicant and a One Time Password (OTP) exclusively sent on their registered mobile number for verification.
The service offers many benefits to Indian businesses and citizens. It helps them to streamline their processes and eliminate manual paperwork.
There are different ways to authenticate an individual using Aadhaar-based eSign, including biometric verification or OTP verification. Both methods are easy and accessible to any user, irrespective of location.
Aadhaar-based eSign can be used by individuals and organizations across India for any document, including application forms, invoices, NDAs, and contracts. This method is safe and legally approved, so businesses can use it to speed up the sign-off process and make their work easier.
Seamless flow is an end-to-end process where information flows automatically across the value chain. It helps reduce errors and increases accuracy, all while lowering costs.
At Sandvik, we are implementing hyperautomation and automated decision-making to help streamline operations. It’s also an important step in the digitalization journey to make us more efficient and sustainable.
To be more precise, it’s the automation of repetitive tasks, such as data entry and key punching. It’s an important component of our strategy to shift resources away from these tasks toward activities that generate real customer value, like connecting with customers and driving innovation.
Leegality is a digital stamping and e-signing platform that offers digital stamp papers from over 25 states of India. With the integration between Leegality and Zoho Contracts, you can affix your stamp paper to a contract document, get an Aadhaar-based signature in Zoho Contracts, and receive a comprehensive audit trail of all the actions performed on that contract.
Secure Audit Trail
A secure audit trail is a record that shows how an event occurred and the person or system that caused it. This information is typically date and time-stamped to create a chronological record of events.
This helps to detect security breaches, whether important records have been tampered with, and issues with systems and applications.
For instance, an IT security professional might set up an audit trail within an Electronic Medical Records (EMR) application that tracks when secure data was accessed, what was done to the data, and who did it.
Having a secure audit trail is essential for a number of reasons, including regulatory compliance, digital forensics, and data integrity. In addition, it can help deter bad behavior from team members and provide a more accurate picture of how and when a security incident happened.