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Fresh Start in Education Plugs Secured Signing in to RDB ProNet to Save a Day Every Week

June 16, 2017, Auckland, New Zealand - The value of Secured Signing's online forms and document signing is enhanced by integration into the primary work environment of RDB ProNet for Fresh Start In Education

The Secured Signing plug in for RDB ProNet provides Fresh Start In Education with a very streamlined process for creating documents, sending them to be signed online, with a system of automated reminders, and once signed, populating the data intoRDB ProNet along with the signed documents.

"Secured Signing saves us at least a day's effort every week through the removal of data entry and automated reminders eradicating wasted administrative effort." according to Ed Robbins, Operations Director for Fresh Start In Education. "If you are using RDB ProNet then Secured Signing is a vital plug in to maximise the efficiency of your team."

Fresh Start knew they needed to strip the paper out of their process, however a first attempt at online forms, built on a CRM system, with documents being approved using a password system had proven to be cumbersome and insecure. As a result, most candidate on boarding packs were being sent by email for manual completion and signing, creating additional effort for both recruitment consultants and candidates and slowing the process down. Fresh Start looked to Secured Signing for a highly secure online form filling and document signing service that delivered a great experience for candidates.

The integration of Secured Signing into RDB ProNet was a key in its selection. Having the Secured Signing plug in for RDB ProNet allows Fresh Start to be flexible in creating and maintaining their own templates. With 18 templates established including DBS self-declaration, bank details, employment and personal reference forms, Fresh Start are currently in the process of adding additional templates to maximise the value they derive from Secured Signing. All form templates have fields that populate directly into RDB ProNet once the form has been signed, removing manual data entry from the process.

"The time savings and cost reductions that Secured Signing delivers as a standalone platform are magnified when our capabilities are made available directly into a person's primary work environment." observes Mikey Eyal, Founder and Managing Director of Secured Signing. "It is very rewarding to see the emphasis we have placed on building out a comprehensive programming interface and increasing the range of Connectors for Secured Signing transformed into genuine savings and improved process for companies such as Fresh Start."

About Fresh Start in Education

Fresh Start in Education Ltd are an interim education provider who work with students that are out of education. This includes school refusers, young offenders, those with emotional or behavioural difficulties, serious health issues or those who are generally disengaged from education. The company’s purpose is to return students to full time specialist or main steam education as soon as is practical. They provide bespoke, child-centred, high quality education programmes, which ensure that all the students that they work with have outstanding opportunities to re-integrate. Fresh Start recruits its own tutors to work with these students. The recruitment of the right tutors is of paramount importance to the effectiveness of the service delivered. To learn more about Fresh Start In Education, visit

About Secured Signing

Secured Signing provides a comprehensive and secure SaaS digital signature service that delivers a full range of form completion and eSigning capabilities combining advanced personalised X509 PKI Digital Signature technology with easy-to-use, simple-to-deploy, compliant solutions. Secured Signing enables its users to utilise smartphones, PCs, any tablet device and any browser, to capture their graphical signature, fill-in, sign, seal and verify documents anywhere, anytime. The solution streamlines business processes, cuts back on expenses, expedites delivery cycles, improves staff efficiency and enhances customer service in a green environment. To learn more about Secured Signing, visit


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