ScrapWare introduces ScrapScribe

Software firm introduces electronic signature solution.

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July 3, 2020

A software provider to the scrap metal recycling industry, Rockville, Maryland-based ScrapWare Corp. has announced the release of ScrapScribe, a proprietary e-signature solution. ScrapScribe improves the experience for customers and vendors by streamlining business processes, reducing errors and removing bottlenecks while also enhancing security and flexibility, the company says.

ScrapWare partnered with DocuSign, the national leader in the e-signature arena, to produce the ScrapScribe system. It enables users to seamlessly send ScrapWare documents to DocuSign for signature, including dispatch tickets, purchase quotes, purchase contracts, packing lists and more. ScrapScribe also allows documents to be easily be viewed on any device and printed out when necessary.

ScrapScribe is designed to reduce the costs and risks for recycling organizations that previously relied on paper-based signatures, ScrapWare says, by allowing users to sign paperwork digitally. In addition, e-signature solutions have been shown to increase business compliance, improve efficiency and create a better overall experience for vendors and customers, the company adds.

“It has always been ScrapWare’s goal to deliver software solutions that simplify processes and reduce costs for our customers,” says company founder and President Joe Floam. “Within the scrap metal recycling market, we saw an opportunity to improve our service offerings through the addition of a feature-rich e-signature solution. We partnered with renowned industry leader DocuSign to create ScrapSribe, and we are confident that it’s the best e-signature solution available to meet the unique needs of the recycling industry.”

ScrapWare uses an Oracle database to provide a cloud-based software solution to manage all aspects of the recycling business. Offering a variety of modules, technical support, remote installation and online training, ScrapWare says it helps recycling companies improve their compliance, efficiency and profitability.