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Secured Signing Enables Bulk Recruitment

Secured Signing Enables Bulk Recruitment

Melbourne, 4 February 2014 - Secured Signing, the Australasia Market Leader of Secure Digital Signatures and Online Forms, Presents Innovative Bulk Recruitment Capability.

Secured Signing today announced its latest release of innovative bulk recruitment apparatus. This accomplished compliant feature, which incorporates secured X509 PKI digital signature technology, offers excellent value to any recruitment company and HR Departments that need to fill a large number of positions in a very short timeframe.

A successful recruitment process identifies and meets employers’ and candidates’ needs and expectations. When many applicants need to be screened and hired promptly, the proceedings become more complex and involve a large amount of paperwork. Secured Signing’s electronic solution eliminates the lengthy process and allows recruitment companies and HR Departments to simply broadcast mass invitations for candidates to fill-in and eSign their online documents.

The recruitment consultant can:
• Choose adequate forms
• Add a list of candidates (which includes full name and email address)
• Send multiple invitations to candidates with just one click of a mouse
• View and monitor signing progress online
• Automate the return of completed documents (in PDF format) to parties involved

“Secured Signing’s Bulk Recruitment solution provides recruitment companies and HR departments with cost-effective paperless tools to hire multiple candidates in a quick manner that guarantees quality and accuracy are not compromised,” says Mike Eyal, Secured Signing Managing Director. “This automated business process shortens paperwork turn around, improves efficiency, and increases both profitability and customer satisfaction.”

About Secured Signing
Secured Signing provides a comprehensive and secure SaaS digital signature service that delivers a full range of form completion and signing capabilities that combined advanced personalised X509 PKI Digital Signature technology and an easy-to-use, simple-to-deploy, compliant solution. Secured Signing enables its users to utilise smartphones, PCs, and any tablet device or browser to capture graphical signatures, fill-in, sign, and seal documents, and verify them anywhere, anytime. The Green technology saves paper and storage space while cutting back on power consumption and dependence on carbon-producing services.

For more information please visit: www.securedsigning.com.au

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