In the largely digital world that COVID-19 has forced upon us, the need for new tools that limits in-person interaction is critical. When it comes to signed documents, businesses can no longer rely on the slow and arduous process of obtaining handwritten signatures. And the need for a convenient, secure, and reliable digital or electronic signature platform is no longer a luxury, but a necessity. Selecting a digital or electronic signature vendor that meets your needs is one of the most important decisions you can make, and when evaluating vendors, it's critical to ask the right questions. This article will discuss what you need to know in order to select the right digital or e-signature service for you.
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You probably know from personal experience how tough it can be to change from one service provider to another. Think about the last time you changed your Internet service or gym membership. It was probably a pain, and there’s a reason. Most vendors don’t want you to have a seamless transition from their product to a competitor’s.
Chief Architect Robert Oswalt invented the core technology underpinning the SIGNiX digital signature platform, and has written or co-written the eight patents we hold. We interviewed Robert about the challenges he faced in the beginning, surprises along the way, and the importance of trust.
Digital signatures can help businesses cut costs, improve customer relationships, reduce waste and ease compliance concerns. But a lot of people aren’t sure where to start when they decide to adopt digital signatures.
Web conferencing and secure digital signatures used to electronically notarize property deed for American couple living in France.
June 17, 2013—SIGNiX, the leading provider of secure digital signatures, celebrated a milestone last week when its technology was used to facilitate the first ever remote, digitally notarized deed in the United States. An American couple living in France used SIGNiX digital signatures and web conferencing to notarize a property deed in Virginia with the Circuit Court of Alexandria.
There's a lot of confusion about the difference between the terms "electronic signature" and "digital signature." In fact, many people use the phrases interchangably. Though they have a lot in common, there are some big differences between electronic and digital signatures. We’re here to help clear up some of the confusion.
Today, we unveil another installment of our Customer-to-Customer video series, where customers of our products talk to us about how SIGNiX digital signatures (and in this case, zipLogix Digital Ink - powered by SIGNiX) speed up their time to revenue.
The past two weeks have been interesting, right? Yours truly works and lives in southern New York state, and my neighbors and I have had an interesting time dealing with the aftermath of Sandy. Thankfully, my power went out for only a few days, but we know of friends as well as SIGNiX customers that are still without power. And when the temperature dips below freezing, you can understand the hardship that entails. Our thoughts are with those folks and their families, especially with the prospect of a Nor’easter tonight into tomorrow. Ugh.