In Secured Signing, documents that are provided as information and do not need to be signed, are called attachments. One or many attachments can be added to the email invitation for each invitee or signer. You have always been able to add attachments to an invitation, that's not new.
Independent verification of signed documents is so important. We know it is one of the key reasons people choose Secured Signing. It is the reason Secured Signing uses a personal PKI digital signature for every document signed. The signed document contains everything needed to verify the document is authentic and reliable. We don’t need to keep a copy of your document so we don’t.
It may be that your manager may need to approve an agreement before it is sent to a supplier to sign. There may also be a need to get approval from the customer's accountant or lawyer before they sign your document. Whatever the specific reason, adding a reviewer into the signing workflow automates the process and ensures you have a record of the approval right in the document log.
Notification recipients and completion recipients are just a couple of the more than 100 enhancements that have been made to Secured Signing with the Summer 2017 release. There's far too much to talk about in a single post, so this time I'll focus on how you can use additional recipient notifications.
We have a seen a range of new Connectors come on stream including the RDB ProNet and Recruit Online systems used in the recruitment industry as well as the FinPower Connect loan management system.
Online forms also allow you to stop wasting time and effort on data entry. An integrated Form Direct solution will give you not only a signed form for your records but also update your core business software with the information it contains; no data entry required. This saves time, wasted effort and removes the potential for keying errors to creep into your database.
Smart Tag Form Fields give Secured Signing customers a simple yet flexible tool to build forms using familiar software such as MS Word and invite people to fill and sign them online.
Secured Signing customers across a range of industries have been able to wipe out the costs and time lost to manually recording compliance with their consumer protection obligations. Implementing a tailored signing workflow allows them to demonstrate process based compliance.
Online signing allows your team to be truly mobile and agile. Personal assistants can invite executive staff to sign documents, wherever they are, to create a true electronic original. Field staff can finalise their work without the overhead of trips back to the office. Teams can finalise reports, bids and other documents without the delays inherent with paper.
There are many, many people who love the simplicity and speed of Secured Signing just as it is. For quite a few of our business customers though, they are seeing even greater time saving and convenience by integrating Secured Signing to their core software system. This post explores the myriad of ways you can integrate Secured Signing to the software you use all day, every day.