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.
Posts about electronic signatures:
If you work in an office, the paperless office probably seems pretty far away. Most businesses are bombarded by paper documents all day, every day. But you might not know that you don’t have to go completely paperless to reap a lot of the benefits of a paperless office.
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.
A great editorial popped up on Federal Computer Week a few days ago speaking about the importance of establishing identity in our complex online world. The editorial highlights the dichotomy between our technical ability to achieve a national solution to online identity and the massive political obstacles preventing us from pursuing it.