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Secured Signing integration with RDB ProNet blows away paper

Secured Signing integration with RDB ProNet blows away paper for recruiters

Auckland, 15 June 2016

The Secured Signing Plugin, available now from the RDB store, enables seamless preparation, sending, signing, receipt and filing for documents and forms within RDB ProNet.

Integrating Secured Signing into RDB ProNet gives professional recruiters the ability to package and send multiple documents and forms directly from their CRM, which makes it quick and convenient for candidates and clients to fill and sign online.

The benefits

The core operational benefits of integrated electronic signing reported by users are: speed, security, efficient filing and reliable audit trails. Eliminating print, sign, scan and send activities slashes print and postage costs, reduces turnaround times, improves compliance outcomes and reinforces the perception of a modern, professional employer of choice.

Full integration enables RDB ProNet users to make the most of the Secured Signing plugin to deliver a complete digital signature lifecycle. Recruiters can send documents and forms for signing, make templates that are Secured Signing ready, see the documents they have sent for signature, and of course access and verify signed documents, all within the recruitment software. The entire range of Secured Signing capabilities, to automate and simplify the on boarding process, is available within the software that recruiters’ are familiar with and use all day, every day.

Document security

Secured Signing’s mobile friendly website is clear and easy to use across a full range of devices, which means candidates only have to click to sign, even when they are on the go. Typically documents that are signed online are returned within minutes rather than the days and weeks it can take when they have to be printed, signed and scanned before they can be returned. Secured Signing’s use of personal, PKI (X.509) digital signatures provides a high level of document security. Digitally signed documents are tamper-proof and provide objective verification of the signatory's identity. Users can have complete confidence in their signed documents in the event of an audit or if a dispute arises that relies on digital signatures.

Available in the RDB Store

"We have been impressed by the high degree of interest in Secured Signing so soon after the plugin was made available from the RDB store," said Mike Eyal, Managing Director, Secured Signing. Our goal was to embed the full range of Secured Signing capabilities deeply into RDB ProNet so that recruiters can incorporate secure, digital signing into their current work practices without the need to work anywhere but within RDB ProNet. The scope of the integration required a significant investment that reflects the commitment we have to serving progressive-thinking recruiters in the UK market and the customers of RDB ProNet across the world."

“RDB ProNet is designed from the ground up with integration in mind, which allows third party suppliers to integrate their products into RDB ProNet seamlessly. The benefit of full integration is that RDB ProNet users can work in one place and do not have to leave the recruitment database to use Secured Signing”. Said Sash French, Integration Manager.


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