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Rebrand Announcement: Formstack Sign

Formstack Sign (formerly InsureSign)2019 has been a great year at InsureSign. 

From attending 10 trade shows in 80 days to being named G2’s top-rated eSignature solution, we’re really proud of our 2019 accomplishments. And we’re excited to announce that we’re wrapping up the year with a name change! InsureSign will now be known as Formstack Sign. 

We joined the Formstack family in July 2019 when the team there was looking for a secure, flexible tool to meet their customers’ eSignature needs. They wanted to enhance their workplace productivity platform with a product that allows users to securely get documents signed anywhere.

You may be wondering how these changes will impact how you interact with InsureSign. As Formstack Sign, we are still committed to providing you with the easiest way to get your documents signed securely. However, we understand that you may have a few questions about our rebrand. We’ve addressed some FAQs below. 

I don’t collect data using Formstack. Can I continue to use Formstack Sign?
Yes! Formstack Sign can still be used as a standalone product. You can upload documents to your account to send for signature or integrate with your preferred data collection and document generation tools. And, if you already have a process in place, none of your documents will be affected. 

Do I need a Formstack account to continue to use Formstack Sign?
Nope! You’ll still be able to log in to your account using your existing InsureSign credentials. Instead of seeing the usual InsureSign name and logo, you’ll now see the Formstack Sign branding at the top of the login page. 

Would I benefit from using Formstack Forms or Formstack Documents?
Formstack Forms, Documents, and Sign work together to automate your workflows from data collection to signature. Use these tools together to:

With our integrated experience between Forms and Documents, you can start automating the creation of the documents you generate every day. 

I’m interested in partnering with Formstack Sign. How can I get started?
We love the companies we’ve partnered with to help organizations with data collection, document automation, and process management. If you’re interested in working with us, please let us know

What else is going to change?
You may see some cosmetic changes, but overall, there will be no change to how you and your organization currently use Formstack Sign (formerly InsureSign). Our name and logo have changed, but our dedication to supporting your team’s document automation efforts has not. 


If you still have questions, we’re here to help. Please reach out to us, and we’ll work to address any of your concerns as soon as possible. If you’re interested in testing out the features of our Formstack integration, you can get started today with a 14-day free trial of Formstack

 

10 trade shows in 80 days: JP’s tips for making exhibitor life easier

Our market lead, Jeaneane Peek (JP), has been to 10 trade shows in the last 80 days.

That’s a lot of continental hotel breakfasts!

While she loves interacting with attendees face-to-face and showing prospective clients how InsureSign works with onsite demos, she knows that many parts of “exhibitor life” can be a hassle.

With our simple & speedy e-signature software, InsureSign, JP can fill out and sign trade-show registration paperwork in a flash — but that’s just one way she makes processes easier. 

We recently sat down with JP to hear all of her tips and tricks for simplifying trade show sign-up, set-up and onsite management. 

Here’s what she shared with us: 

What can exhibitors do in advance to make the trade-show registration process easier? 

JP: Before you book your flight, hotel room or booth, sign up for email alerts from the conference manager — sometimes they give out early-bird rates for all three! Check out the trade-show floor plan to map out the best spot for foot-traffic; you’ll want to put your booth there. 

Also, it’s vital that you submit your booth’s information in the conference program, since it’s like the trade show menu for attendees. If you’re not in the program, attendees may never know you’re there. For submitting forms like these, I use InsureSign to get fill them in and sign them quickly and efficiently. 

What are some easy ways exhibitors can follow up on conversations from trade shows? 

JP: Before the show begins, it’s helpful to know which attendees are current customers and which are prospects. When you receive a business card, take notes on the back of conversations so you can easily follow up with a personalized note. After the show, I send a quick note or call to all current customers I saw that day, saying how nice it was to see them, and remind them of our Pro plan and newest upgrades. 

Do you have a  go-to resource you’d recommend for exhibiting? 

JP: Fortunately, there is a trade show bible — The Exhibitor Handbook, which provides helpful information on exhibitor how-to’s, including booth installation and booth tear-down times (which are strictly enforced by conference programs). I highly recommend every exhibitor read this before his or her first trade show. It’s a good source to use as a check-off list when planning your booth set-up. 

How can exhibitors make it easier to attract prospective customers to their booth and keep their attention? 

JP: Create a booth that people want to come to using interactive content, like touchscreen tablets or prize entries. Use lots of imagery and graphics to grab people’s attention from the aisle and have something unique on hand to giveaway as a party favor. We give away doggie bones and kitty lollipops to our attendees and they’re a hit! People love to show me their fur babies, and I’m always happy to give them our specially-made InsureSign treat. 

 

Ready to try JP’s No. 1 way to efficiently complete and sign trade-show forms? Start a risk-free 14-day trial of InsureSign today, and see how easy conference paperwork can become for yourself.