electronic-signature

Electronic signature

Believe it or not, electronic signatures are safer and more secure than traditional paper documents. Not only do they contain a signature, but also traceable information on who signed the document, when they signed it, and where they signed it. All you need to know about Electronic eSignature and its legal aspect can be found here. 

Welcome to the electronic signature learning hub

The world has changed from the days of traveling miles to visit our clients in person - with the ability to at least expense our gas regardless of the outcome. Now the world of sales is being driven in the cloud - with remote sales teams achieving results equal to or greater than those seen on-premise. With this change - it can be difficult to meet in person to sign contracts with pen and paper. It's time to go fully digital with Electronic Signatures. Sign your contract digitally with electronic signature, from anywhere anytime. We’ve got you
covered with useful information about electronic signatures.

In the sections below you’ll find everything you need to know about electronic signatures!

 

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What is an electronic signature - the definition

What is an electronic signature?

An electronic signature is sometimes referred to as an eSignature which enables the recipient to conveniently sign documents by typing their name out or simply scrawling it with a finger directly through a web browser, tablet or mobile device. It’s worth noting that the terms eSignature and digital signature are often used interchangeably despite their notable differences. 

Digital signatures, also called cryptographic signatures, are a type of electronic signature which is encoded and encrypted in order to prevent the impersonation of a signee, tampering and improve the security overall of every signed document.

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Difference between eSignature and digital signature?

An electronic signature represents verified intent to sign a document, which can be demonstrated as anything from a verbal authorization, an electronically signed transaction or just checking a box. The most traditional form of authorization is simply typing or signing your name on a document or a process that indicates your intent to sign, like entering a numerical code.

The main thing to keep in mind is that an electronic signature is generally used to collect someone else’s signature, while a digital signature is used to add your own signature to a document to prove its authenticity.

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How to electronically sign a document

When signing documents digitally you don’t have to print it, sign it, scan it, and then send the document back. You can add an electronic signature to a document using your tablet, desktop, or mobile device.

Signing documents electronically will save you time, this section will guide your through how to electronically sign a document, and the benefits of signing document digitally. 

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Electronic signature FAQs

Electronic signature has always been questioned and there are some that are repeated. We have gathered the most common questions and the best answers, all summarized for you to read here.

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