The SIGNiX Signature Service has been updated with a large number of features and improvements across integration, user experience, and architecture, and also includes foundational work for new capabilities just around the corner. (142)
The SIGNiX Signature Service is introducing exciting new integration capabilities: full API support for embedding the signing experience and new push notifications for opt outs. The update also includes a myriad of fixes and resolutions for both new and long-standing issues, as well as ongoing work to optimize core elements of the service. (141)
In April 2016, SIGNiX sent out notification to all Clients that we would be following Microsoft’s lead in stopping support for Internet Explorer (IE) 9 and 10. Because Microsoft will no longer create patches for security issues found in those browsers, and due to the fact that these browsers are incompatible with new capabilities SIGNiX is introducing to the platform, SIGNiX must move forward and transition out of each browser.
The SIGNiX Signature Service was updated to include a small number of user experience updates, client customizations, and architecture improvements. (140)
The SIGNiX Signature Service was updated to include a small number of user experience updates, client customizations, and architecture improvements. (139.3)
The SIGNiX Signature Service has been updated (139.1) to include a key number of highly requested user experience updates and improvements.
August 2016 Update - The SIGNiX Signature Service was updated with a small patch (138.2) designed to improve certain features of the platform used by specific clients. The enhancements include changes to the personal document center, ReadyDoX™ and other miscellaneous, minor code updates.
June 2016 Update - The SIGNiX Signature Service was updated with a number of behind-the-scenes upgrades to promote stability and scalability, as well as a number of other features intended to bring more flexibility to the platform for our users and partners.
Spring 2016 Product Update
February 2016 Update - Minor enhancements to document rendering for signers as well as a new digitally signed logo. Product updates were made to email bounce notifications and IP address in Audit trail. Miscellaneous fixes and updates for optional signatures. Minor client-specific customizations, optimizations and bug fixes. Infrastructure changes relating to document archiving and storage.
March 2016 Update - Optional signatures optimized, enhanced signer evidence, updated signature flags, other miscellaneous items.
April 2016 Update - Client-specific customizations and issue resolutions, foundational elements in place for future feature releases and resolved some minor user experience issues with ReadyDoX™.
Major signing experience enhancements focused on usability across large and small screens, updated and modernized user interface elements, eliminating redundant clicks and screens, and overall improving the signing experience.
Minor enhancements and improvements to Document Wizard, Signature Engine and other items based on customer feedback.
Minor enhancements and improvements to MassMailer, 21 CFR 11 support mode and the SIGNiX Signature Engine.
With MassMailer, SIGNiX clients can easily send documents to a large number of recipients at one time directly from the Document Wizard.
Now both document preparers and signers will be better informed about what they need to do at each step of either the transaction creation process or signing process with the implementation of Guidance Prompts.
Our December 2013 product update brings new integrated functionality to clients. While most of the changes are subtle and won't be noticeable immediately, we're working closely with key partners and customers to drive these new capabilities into implementation, and we expect exciting news to follow shortly.
The fall 2013 release of our digital signature software features document delegation, push notifications, highly sophisticated integration options and enhanced electronic notary features.