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planetRE Leverages Adobe EchoSign To Close Real Estate Transactions On The Go

New integration enables agents to seamlessly automate contract processes powered by Adobe EchoSign.

SANTA CLARA, Calif., Aug. 20, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- planetRE, the nation's leading technology cloud vendor for online real estate, announced the integration of Adobe EchoSign in the company's flagship Transaction Platform – now called Transact™; with Adobe. This new release creates one smooth contract flow using the world's most recognized name in e-signatures.

Transact runs on all major browsers including tablets and allows agents to complete the necessary paperwork on the road. It allows cloud collaboration between e-signing parties or interactive signing. The world class signature platform provides critical elements like signer authenticity and signature integrity with the necessary audit trail, which is stored inside transaction Vault. Brokers can also use the embedded signing for mission critical processes like file auditing, commission demand signoff, etc.

"Very few vendors understand intricacies of real estate transactions, auditing or the strength of a reliable e-sign platform," said Subrao Shenoy, CEO of planetRE. "The new integration will provide brokers and agents with a worry free solution combining the most recognized name in e-signatures with a proven transaction platform, that has handled millions of transactions successfully in multiple states."

"Providing an e-signature solution that helps businesses close more deals, in or out of the office, even faster is our passion," said Jon Perera, vice president and general manager, Adobe EchoSign. "We're excited to grow our real estate customer base with planetRE's new platform."

"We are using and have been impressed with planetRE for several years," said Phil Jones, Partner at Coldwell Banker Coastal Alliance in Long Beach, CA. "Combining the strength of planetRE with a world recognized name like Adobe EchoSign gives us the peace of mind we need so that we are not distracted by other paperless solutions."

"Broker Owners always walk a fine line between elegance and compliance," says James Meader, CEO of Today Sotheby's, based in San Carlos, California. "planetRE integration with Adobe EchoSign addresses the need to have an elegant, simple to use, e-signature solution for agents without compromising full brokerage compliance with respect to signature integrity, signer authentication and audit trails. Given the size and power of Adobe EchoSign worldwide, this is our first choice."

About planetRE
TrSoft (d.b.a. planetRE) is a privately held, leading cloud vendor, providing Enterprise software to the real estate industry. Headquartered in Silicon Valley, CA; its primary mission is to provide cutting edge products and services to the global real estate industry in areas of CRM, Transaction and Financial Management. More information about planetRE Transact can be found on www.planetre.com.

planetRE, planetRE Transact are trademarks. All other registered trademarks are the property of their respective holders.

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