When is automated data collection used?
If you work with standard agreements in large quantities, automated data collection will be very useful to you.
A classic example is gathering consent from participants at events in order to use photo- and video material recorded there.
Here is a demonstration of how a customized Drafter questionnaire works to collect data for the auto-generation of contracts.
How does automated data collection in Contractbook work?
You present the signing party with a Typeform questionnaire via a link where they can fill in their signature details and answer a few basic questions. Based on the given information, a contract is generated, sent, and signed by you containing also the data submitted by the other signee in the Typeform questionnaire.
Example: Here you can find a direct link to Contractbook Data processing agreement where you can request one for your company and test the automated data collection flow. Our article about signing a DPA with us can be found here.
How do automated data processing agreements (DPA) work?
The end result will be a custom-tailored questionnaire that collects all the necessary data and automatically generates a standardized agreement.
If the content of your agreement is always the exact same (which is the case with data processing agreements), all the information you might have to require is a name and email address.
You can collect that data through a Typeform questionnaire. Once the questionnaire is submitted by the recipient, the contract is automatically created, signed on your behalf, and sent to the specified recipient via email.
The end-user will then simply access the contract from an encrypted link in their email, read it, and verify their signature.