eSignature technology offers much more than just the ability to get a document signed remotely.
eSignature technology also provides businesses with the opportunity to completely reinvigorate decades-old business processes, enhance productivity, and automate mundane work flows.
Are eSignatures legal? US ESIGN law states, in short, that a legal eSignature is a sound, symbol, or mark, made with intent to sign. In short, yes.
Will an eSigned document be admissible in court? Can it be authenticated after the fact? If a leading eSignature technology is used; if the record is hashed; and if the record associates the signed content and includes timestamps and a forensic audit trail, yes.
These are the basics. What is perhaps more interesting about eSignatures is the opportunity to streamline and automate many mundane tasks associated with getting an agreement or other document signed.
How to Create an Electronic Signature with RSign
Here are some tasks that leading eSignature platforms can help you accomplish with greater efficiency:
RPost has created two eSignature-enabled products designed for business professionals. RMail includes an easy-to-use eSignature feature as part of RMail’s all-in-one solution set and can be used seamlessly with Microsoft Outlook or Gmail. RSign is a new web-based eSignature platform that combines advanced features such as templates, reminders, and roles with an intuitive and easy-to-use web interface.
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