The Price of Progress

This is the season; yes the season for new technology. I always get excited around this time, seeing the reveal of greater things that push us to better heights. Every year, customarily once a year, phones and tablets, watches and operating systems.


If you’ve been watching the news at all lately you’ll see that there’s a new disease generating great concern worldwide.

SignTech paperless solutions is an international company with some ties to Nigeria, and so what happens in Africa concerns us as well, especially if it’s in the west-African region.

The Simplicity of Modern Technology

These days things are getting smaller, and right now developers and tech-inclined people (I am not one of them, thus my use of the word “tech-inclined”) are pushing to make them even smaller. Our world is getting to a place where all we want are for things to be simplified to the point of a singularity.

I believe that my company is also pushing towards this goal with the use of paperless solutions.

Going Paperless: Digital Forms and E-signatures Set to Revolutionize the Real Estate Industry

Everywhere we look today, businesses are going “paperless,” and with good reason: the reduction of time, costs, and our impact on the environment makes the switch over to paperless forms pay for itself and then some.

The real estate industry in particular is set to benefit from this transition; known for being a “paperwork heavy” business, the switch to paperless forms is going to make the lives of landlords, tenants, and homeowners much easier and more streamlined.

The Earth; Our Responsibility

Imagine your house was going to ruins; the roof was breaking through allowing the elements to pummel your body, the yard was overrun with weeds and pests an there were rodents and wild animals eating at your vegetables. Imagine the windows were broken and glass lay strewn all over your floors, the woodwork was being eaten away constantly by termites the walls weakening day by day. Just think, would you be comfortable living that way?