WaiverSign Announces Record Sales as Businesses Prepare to Reopen
COVID-19 is changing the world of customer relations, from contactless point-of-sale purchases to online ordering. WaiverSign, a digital liability waiver application, is helping companies get liability waivers signed electronically, eliminating the need to pass pens, paper, clipboards and keypads back and forth.
As officials like to say, "statistics don't lie." New sales figures are up 121% in April 2020 compared to April 2019, say officials from WaiverSign.
"Utilizing WaiverSign is yet another tool for companies preparing to welcome patrons as virus-driven lockdowns begin to lift," said Brandon Lake, CEO of Resmark Systems and WaiverSign. "In addition to getting waivers signed without the use of paper and pens, many companies are now seeing the myriad of other benefits that come with collecting and storing liability waivers online."
WaiverSign, headquartered in Salt Lake City, Utah, also anticipates signing on new clients who choose to augment and fine-tune their risk management plans by implementing waivers and related documents to ensure that participants understand and accept the inherent risks of COVID-19 and other illnesses.
On April 22, WaiverSign hosted a free webinar addressing liability considerations and waivers during coronavirus recovery. Its audience were players in the arenas of recreation, fitness, tours and activities. From yoga studios and gyms to zip line companies and whitewater rafting outfitters, WaiverSign's growing portfolio of clients are asking what is their liability if someone contracts the virus as a result of participating in an event or activity that they have hosted.
"In addition to creating and implementing solid COVID-19 mitigation and operations plans, many of our clients are considering adding the risks of COVID-19 and other illnesses to their liability waivers," said Lake.
The webinar also addressed the need to mitigate the possible risks facing a guest and how to limit liability exposure by defining and implementing a solid operations plan. Protocols, screening, training and communication are all vital elements, as suggested by panelist Leah Corrigan, founder of the Recreation Law Center in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.
Watch the entire recorded webinar here:
Founded in 2013, WaiverSign offers one of the most efficient, easy-to-use digital liability waivers and electronic liability release solutions available in today's marketplace. For more information, visit https://www.waiversign.com/
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