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You might think that a department with more than 100 sections of first- and second-year classes using thousands of digital artifacts would be worried about migrating them all to a new platform.
"I get a lot of stares," says OSU student and ASCTech employee Brandon Smith. "You look like a cyborg with the way the display covers your eye. And I'm uncomfortable talking to it in public."
If you haven't already given authorization via DocuSign, you will soon. ASCTech had a large part in getting The Ohio State University to adopt this software, which allows for more rapid approval processes and the ability to know where documents are when they're out for a signature.