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Digital Signature Revolutionises Form Signing


Secured Signing Digital Signature Revolutionises Form Signing

Auckland, 14 November 2012

Secured Signing, the Market Leader of Secure Digital Signatures and Online Forms, Reveals Cutting-edge Technology to Fill-in and eSign Electronic Documents.

Secured Signing, the worldwide provider of PKI Digital Signature SaaS service, today announced the release of its new electronic interactive Form solution. This innovative key product offers an excellent value to any type of business or organisation that needs to fill-in and digitally sign forms in a safe and compliant online environment.

The current market scene is characterised by businesses’ shift to electronic processes in the search for efficient, robust yet flexible, money-saving tools. Secured Signing’s interactive Form solution offers the latter within a fully automated business workflow that expedites transactions from anywhere in the world anytime.

Secured Signing’s Form solution highlights:

• Customised Forms with branded hosted pages • Form incorporation of user-based PKI digital signature signing process and workflow • Conversion of any Form to a web-based version • Invitee fills-in info and signs online with an option to attach related documents/pictures to support application • Forms can be viewed, filled-in, and signed from any browser in smart phone, PC, or other tablet device • No apps to install


“Secured Signing’s user-based PKI digital signature Form product offers the most secure and reliable technology that grants each user a unique digital certificate, and provides our customers with the highest assurance while meeting their comprehensive business needs.” said Mike Eyal, Managing Director, Secured Signing. “The solution’s seamless and prompt implementation presents another compelling testimony to our team’s technical expertise and ongoing exceptional customer service commitment.”

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