14 February, 2013
Michael Schrage from the Harvard Business Review wrote about ‘Innovation Trends to Watch in 2013’. In his article, he used the words Human ingenuity to describe the “most remarkable renewable resource".
The profitable Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd announced on February 4 that the company intends to become a major global player in the field of technology innovation with investment in the Samsung Strategy” and Innovation Centre (SSIC), in worldwide R & D centres, $1 billion in Samsung Ventures America Fund, and $100 million in the Samsung Catalyst Fund. Young Sohn, President and Chief Strategy Officer of Device Solutions Samsung Electronics, stressed in an interview that the reasoning behind this strategy was the importance of being engaged with individual innovators who could contribute significantly to Samsung’s technology development.
So what happens here? Are we all of a sudden recognising the obvious - the ability of bright individuals to affect the enterprise world? Or maybe it’s the important acknowledgment that although technology seems so advanced and limitless, in order to keep up, we need to go back to basics, to the brilliant mind(s) behind it - and to the team work and infrastructure that supports and enables the execution of their ideas.
In Secured Signing, we recognise and implement these practices on a daily basis! From the development of branding solutions that offer customisation of user-based PKI digital signature technology to the look and feel of clients’ websites, to the advanced API integration to customers’ back office systems, and to the breakthrough of new items like the Smart-Tag.
Not only does this exceptionally efficient feature allow users to prepare a document in Word or PDF formats that automatically includes signatory’s full name, e-mail address, and inserts text that will be used as a placeholder for a signature in online signing process, it now also provides the ability to define the signature type (full or initials), and to choose the sequential order of signers.
As James Russell Lowell once said: “Creativity is not the finding of a thing, but the making something out of it after it is found.”
Till next time,