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Secured Signing Answers Recruitment’s Industry Call

Secured Signing Digital Signature Answers Recruitment’s Industry Call

Melbourne, 5 December 2012

Secured Signing Digital Signatures Service Allows Entire Recruitment and its Candidates to Electronically Fill-in and eSign Forms Speeding-up Employment Proceedings in a Compliant and Secure Environment.

Secured Signing, the user-based PKI digital signature SaaS provider, was recently implemented at Entire Recruitment, an Australian key player in employment search and solutions. The Secured Signing service enables the recruitment firm to automate its business processes, eliminate the paper trail, and dramatically shorten recruitment’s time frames to the benefit of all parties involved.

In today’s advanced digital business environment, candidates and employers are looking for prompt, efficient, and secure solutions that do not involve lengthy old-fashion practices (e.g. fill-in, sign, scan, send back by fax, e-mail, post, or delivery) which may delay or cause interruptions in crucial employment processes. Recruitment agencies are keen to fulfil these expectations; nevertheless, they still need to make sure no paperwork is missing as they are obliged to meet all legislative and occupational requirements.

“Secured Signing provides us with a commanding lawful solution that eliminates constraints of location and time zone, supplies powerful tool to manage and monitor the candidates signing process, cuts costs, improves work efficiencies, and brings many extremely appreciative customers,” said Kevin Amedee, Director, Entire Recruitment. “The Secured Signing team’s highly professional work in converting our forms into a branded online format, along with their system’s simplicity and credibility creates an invaluable addition to our business and company.”

”We’re very thrilled about Entire Recruitment’s successful implementation of Secured Signing digital signature’s unique and comprehensive solution that streamlines and optimises their process while enhancing the paper-free environment,” explains Mike Eyal, Managing Director at Secured Signing. “The obvious benefits present an excellent example of Secured Signing’s ongoing commitment to provide its global customers with world-class capabilities.”


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