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16 December, 2011

Latest technological developments dictate changes in the way companies and organisations conduct their business processes. One major shift involves the move to work in electronic business environments in particular, the astonishing recent leap forward in the use of mobile devices. According to research firm Gartner:

“By 2015, mobile application development projects targeting smart phones and tablets will outnumber native PC projects by a ratio of 4-to-1. Smart phones and tablets represent more than 90 percent of the new net growth in device adoption for the coming four years, and increasing application platform capability across all classes of mobile phones is spurring a new frontier of innovation, particularly where mobile capabilities can be integrated with location, presence, and social information to enhance the usefulness”.

Couldn’t be truer. A compelling and powerful proof of this is the successful launch of Secured Signing’s new Form n’Go. This proven, exceptional, innovative solution allows customers with mobile devices (iPad, iPhone, and Android) to promptly fill-in forms, eSign them, and get a trusted digital signature with a location stamp. The breakthrough locator functionality recognises the exact location of signatories and provides an additional guarantee of security and assurance.

The easy application of Form n’Go authorises users to complete and sign online electronic document wherever they are: home, work, or on-the-go. The secured and compliant user-based PKI digital signature technology seals the form and automatically sends it by e-mail in a PDF format to all parties involved. Form n’Go’s HTML5 selected approach was carefully chosen to accommodate customers’ needs and eliminate the requirement to download or install apps, enhancing a simple process for one-off signing event.

And the outcome? Satisfied companies and users who experience the benefits of a rapid, reliable, seamless, and sophisticated electronic business process.   

To learn more about Form n’Go, you are welcome to view the Form n’Go Demo from your mobile device or HTML5 Browser.

Wishing you a happy & prosperous year,

Till next time,

Cheers, John


December 2, 2011

Behavioural characteristics of money lenders have significantly changed. When looking for a cause or explanation for the phenomenon, it is quite surprising to realise it is neither a result of the struggling global economies, nor people’s financial strain. It is simply due to the ever-advancing technological developments in today’s markets. These days, lenders can simply apply, complete an application form, digitally sign, and obtain a loan online, regardless of where they are during the precise moment of submission: at home, work, or on-the-go.

The simple online process offers financial  services and their customers an experience that holds tremendous business and personal benefits: it shortens (to a few minutes), simplifies, and accelerates loan application approval processes, increases efficiency,improves customer service, eradicates environmental footprints including printing, faxing, and delivering related paperwork, reduces costs, and eliminates customer’s waiting time, and the uncomfortable feeling that often accompanies or prevents them from requesting financial assistance face-to-face.   

What about security and trust, you may ask. We are all too well aware of these two components; they are of particular concern to any financial industry customer or service provider. The answer lies in the reliable digital signature solution that allows customers to sign their application online using the secured PKI digital signature technology. The customised technology and service guarantees proper controls, and is tailored to the financial provider and their customers’ needs whether they use the web, desktop, or mobile device (iPhone, iPad, or Androind). 

And as Peter Drucker once said, “Quality in a service or product is not what you put into it. It is what the client or customer gets out of it.”

Till next time,

Cheers, John