Pem Guerry, our EVP, penned an article for Law Technology Today in which he discusses why our current methods of notarization will soon be replaced with remote notarization, or webcam notarization.Read More
Electronic Notary News
Pem Guerry, executive vice president of SIGNiX, recently wrote an article for Scotsman Guide in which he discussed the benefits of electronic notarizations, particularly webcam notarizations, for the mortgage industry. Among the benefits mentioned were:Read More
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After decades of the traditional, inconvenient, paper-laden approval process, official notarizations are now being performed electronically and remotely. And the technology behind it all is starting to gain national attention by some of the biggest names in the notary, finance and government industries.
The National Notary Association (NNA) recently published a white paper about the growing support for e-notarization and how it works. (And to demonstrate the remote e-notarization process for white paper readers, the NNA featured SIGNiX’s demo video of a remote e-notarization.)Read More
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Technology has changed the way we create and sign documents, the way we make binding business agreements, identify document signers and notarize signatures.
However, many people don’t realize that the terms “e-signature,” “eNotarization” and “webcam notarization” refer to distinctly separate technologies and procedures. Here’s a guide to clarify these terms.Read More
We're excited to announce that we will participate in the National Notary Association’s (NNA) 38th Annual Conference and serve on two panels discussing technology developments with eNotarization. The conference will be held at the Hyatt Regency Orange County in Garden Grove, CA, June 5-8, 2016.Read More
The rise of the digital network-based information economy, machine-mediated digital identities and the internet of things have been accompanied by difficulty in proving ownership and control of electronic records and devices both from origin and over time. Blockchain technology, which enables distributed public ledgers, has emerged as a solution for registering objects such as property records, devices and transferable instruments. Excitement over the potential of blockchain to meet the need for trustworthy electronic records recently has been captured by articles in the Economist, as well as others.Read More
Every day it seems like a new technology is being developed to make our lives easier. Between the rise of the Internet and the pervasive nature of technology, it can feel like we’re already living in the future.
If you’re a notary, the paperless office probably seems pretty far away. Most notaries 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.
Virginia notaries now have the chance to better serve their customers. Virginia has become a leader in supporting electronic notarization, both in person and remotely through video conferencing, giving notaries an amazing opportunity to grow your business.