Learn How CocoSign Improves Document Workflow for Insurance Businesses
Hundreds of Ready-to-use Templates

At CocoSign, you can find hundreds of ready-to-use templates to download and use for your insurance firm. This will help you in preparing contracts and agreements faster and accelerate deal confirmation.

Streamline Your Insurance Documents

Insurance is a paper-intensive industry. CocoSign’s document services enable insurers to streamline their document creation and management process. You can manage the process across multiple platforms and keep everything in sync. Document management has never been easier.

Cutting Down Cost on Paper

You save money while using CocoSign’s online services. Reduced physical paperwork contributes towards cost reduction and fewer needs for printing and scanning. Our clients have witnessed a 30-40% cost cut from the first month itself.

Legally Practicable and Auditable

The documents created via CocoSign’s online software are practicable in the insurance industry and are compliant with the latest industry standards. In reviews and disputes, these documents are auditable and will be accepted by law firms as valid.

Safe and Secure

Our entire website is protected with advanced encryption technologies to secure your documents and confidential information. Two-factor authentication provides an additional layer of safety and security.

Let Clients Sign From Mobile

Your insurance clients will love it when getting the flexibility of signing and uploading the documents from anywhere they want, including mobile and tablet devices. This is how you can build brand loyalty by providing clients the best e-signing experience.

Use Cases

Small, mid-sized, and large insurance companies are using electronic signatures in a situation like:

  • Application approval
  • Insurance renewals
  • Policy amendment
  • Certification
  • Claims processing
  • Claims reporting
  • Expense reporting
  • Dispute processing
  • IT Asset Tracking
  • HR documents
  • ID documents

Get started with CocoSign today