PipelineDeals Announces Integration With RightSignature

PipelineDeals is happy to announce a new integration built by RightSignature for our customers. RightSignature is a simple, efficient way to get your documents signed online. RightSignature enables you to close more deals in less time, reduce paper and ink expenses, avoid fax hassles, cut cycle time from weeks to hours, and impress your customers.

With the new PipelineDeals integration for RightSignature, closing is easier than ever with the power of versatile, legally-binding electronic signatures. Here’s how it works:

  • One-Time Installation: Login to RightSignature and click the Account link, then select the Integrations tab. Choose PipelineDeals from our list of integrations and follow the simple installation instructions.

  • Documents: In RightSignature, navigate to the Send a Document screen. You will now see a PipelineDeals button in the “Choose a Document” section, which will allow you to select documents from your PipelineDeals account to send for an electronic signature.

  • Contacts: On the Send a Document screen, when indicating a signer or CC, begin typing the name of one of your PipelineDeals contacts. RightSignature will suggest your matching PipelineDeals contacts in a drop-down menu below, and automatically fill in the name and email address of your selected contact.

JP Werlin, Co-Founder of PipelineDeals, says,

“RightSignature—the easiest, fastest way to get documents signed online—revolutionizes the process of closing deals and provides a valuable new workflow improvement feature for our users. Our shared set of common goals make RightSignature and PipelineDeals perfect integration partners.”

PipelineDeals Sponsoring and Live Blogging Sales Hacker Conference in NYC

PipelineDeals is proud to announce that we’re sponsoring and live blogging Sales Hacker Conference in New York City on April 24, 2014. Sales Hacker Conference brings together top sales execs to share their insights and sales hacks for achieving multi-million dollar revenue. Everything covered at the conference is designed to be immediately actionable so that you can begin to implement these strategies directly at your company.

    Sales Hacker Conference brings together some incredible names in business, including:

We’ve written before about how our co-founder JP Werlin utilized Aaron Ross’s insights in Predictable Revenue to build PipelineDeals, and we’re extremely proud to sponsor such as distinguished group of salespersons looking to help improve sales in the B2B space. 

Interested in attending? Let us know! We have a limited number of discounted tickets and we want to see you there. Can’t make it? Don’t worry, we’ll also be live-blogging the event on April 24th and we’ll have all the content from the speeches available for you.

How PipelineDeals Secured Your Data from the Heartbleed OpenSSL Vulnerability

On April 7, the OpenSSL project issued a Security Advisory that detailed a serious vulnerability in the encryption software in use by a large percentage of the internet. This vulnerability (nicknamed “Heartbleed”) would potentially allow attackers to retrieve information from encrypted SSL endpoints. 

As of Tuesday April 8, we have secured PipelineDeals authentication infrastructure against Heartbleed. As a precautionary measure, we strongly encourage you to change your password. Click here to change your password.

What is OpenSSL & Heartbleed?

Open-SSL is an open source software suite that is widely used to encrypt web communications. Our internet host, Amazon Web Services, uses it to keep your data private and secure when it’s synced to and from your phone, computer or tablet to our servers. Heartbleed is a vulnerability in the software that could potentially allow others to read decrypted data from live sessions from server memory.

What has PipelineDeals done to make sure my data is safe?

As of Tuesday April 8, we have secured PipelineDeals authentication infrastructure against Heartbleed. We worked with our partners at Amazon Web Services to deploy new components using the updated and fixed OpenSSL. Additionally, we replaced our SSL certificates.

Although we have secured PipelineDeals against Heartbleed, we strongly recommend that you change your password. Click here to change your password.

I clicked on the link to update my password, but I’m having problems updating my password. What should I do?

If you are having a hard time updating your password, please click on this link to request a password reset. If you are unable to change your password and do not receive a password reset message, please contact us at or call us at 866-702-7303.

What about other services I use?

OpenSSL is widely used by many internet services. We recommend checking if other services you use, including email, banking, shopping, etc. have been affected before logging into them again. Furthermore, as with any security incident involving exposure of user data, we recommend changing all your passwords once these services have updated their OpenSSL as well.