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Secured Signing Delivers eSign Kiosk

Secured Signing Delivers eSign Kiosk for Business Flexibility

Secured Signing Reveals Digital Form Fill-in and eSigning for Walk-in customer’s Scene Melbourne, Australia – June 24, 2014

Secured Signing announced the availability of the new Secured Signing Kiosk feature. The unique solution enables businesses that implement Secured Signing’s eForm and eSigning workflow to continue to keep their paperless practices with walk-in customers. This latest expansion grants companies the advantages of a comprehensive and secure digital process while meeting their business requirements.

The Secured Signing Kiosk allows a company’s representative to log-in at the work station and invite the walk-in customer to fill-in and immediately eSign the appropriate eForms. To complete the secure digital process, the company’s rep is required to countersign the document, and thus declare the walk-in customer’s identity was checked. The Kiosk suits many industries including financial services, HR, recruitment, and any sales organisation or business that needs to approach customers in varied environments and aims to cut paper handling while keeping the highest levels of security.

“The increasing demand for digital processes that meet companies’ diverse operational needs are behind this latest innovative development,” said Mike Eyal, Managing Director at Secured Signing. “The Kiosk offers useful flexibility that keeps a streamlined electronic course which shortens work processes and increases business profits. Added to Secured Signing’s Personalised X509 PKI Digital Signature technology, this solution ensures that
customers are provided with top class security.”

Businesses who are interested in learning more about Secured Signing’s Kiosk may visit www.securedsigning.com.au
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