Companies are trying to meet the growing demand for paperless offices these days, and many tax firms are trying to finalize their digital processes before tax season is in full swing. The good news is that it doesn’t take a national firm, myriad platforms or a big capital expense to go digital.
Cyber threat actors continue to proliferate, constantly evolving or creating new attacks, vectors and techniques that make defense seem a nearly impossible task. Our cyber welfare is further complicated by the Internet of Things (IoT), which has made virtually every device a network entry point.
Life on the road can be challenging, especially for up-and-coming music artists. Between playing shows, traveling and engaging with fans, they have little time to spend on administrative tasks, such as booking engagements.
As the leading provider of cloud-based digital signatures, SIGNiX is proud to offer an in-depth partnership program for synergistic software providers. We realize that most businesses are looking for a convenient and secure e-signature platform to use for executing documents, contracts and other transactions—and we are proud to provide that, even in highly regulated industries.
Pem Guerry, executive vice president of SIGNiX, recently wrote an article for Investment News about using digital signatures to improve financial advisors’ fraud mitigation practices. In the article, Pem said:
As the digital signature market grows, so do the number of players, and SIGNiX is proud to be consistently included in the list of upper-tier providers. SIGNiX has recently been recognized as a market leader and key player in the digital signature market by numerous industry guides and reports forecasting industry growth as far out as 2025. Reports that have been published in just the last several months include:
Technology has drastically transformed the real estate industry. Think about it—30 years ago, real estate professionals had to print out their listings and bring a copy around to each real estate office. Now agents can post their listings online with just the click of a button—and other agents across the country can see them.