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Digital signature service Secured Signing joins RealMe

Digital signature service Secured Signing joins RealMe

A new agreement between Secured Signing and online ID RealMe has created the strongest e-signature in the Kiwi market.

Secured Signing runs a cloud-based (Software as a Service) digital signature that enables its users to utilise smart phones, PCs and tablet devices to capture their signature, allowing them to fill-in and verify documents anywhere, anytime.

RealMe is New Zealand’s foremost online ID backed by the Government and New Zealand Post.
Secured Signing Managing Director Mike Eyal says integrating with RealMe gives the business a significant competitive advantage.

“By working with RealMe, Secured Signing is able to provide a much higher degree of confidence and certainty to its clients, something that holds great value in a fast-moving digital economy,” Mike Eyal says.

“The added security of RealMe’s proof of identity process gives Secured Signing’s clients an easy and reliable way to assure the identity of a signatory.

New Zealand Post Head of Agency Services and RealMe Mandy Smith says Secured Signing and RealMe have a shared outlook when it comes to making life easier and safer online.

“With Secured Signing’s personalised digital signatures and RealMe’s proof of identity process, New Zealanders now have access to the only digital signature service in New Zealand with high level of confidence signatory identity.

“With the benefits of biometric identification in its toolkit, Secured Signing can now offer its clients more surety about shifting their businesses online,” Mandy Smith says.

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