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A Quicker, Clearer Negotiation Process

Document Negotiation on Secured Signing Provides a Quicker, Clearer Negotiation Process

New Zealand, 3 October 2017 - Secured Signing's online document negotiation replaces messy, confusing email trails with a flexible, structured negotiation process that ensures parties are always working from the most recent document and quickly progresses to a final agreement.

Document Negotiation on Secured Signing provides a quicker, clearer negotiation process with everyone always working from the latest version, the ability to seek specialist advice online and a final agreement signed and sealed with the personal digital signature of each party.

Secured Signing announces the addition of Document Negotiation, giving their customers a comprehensive, automated online document signing workflow that progresses a document from draft to final agreement more quickly. Parties to the negotiation can mark-up the online document by striking through text, adding additional text, footnotes and additional pages as required. The structured, yet flexible process, provides complete clarity of the sequence of changes to the document with each change initialled and date stamped. Enabling each signer to work from the same online document avoids confusion, wasted effort and wasted time.

Participants in the negotiation process can invite their advisors to participate directly in the process. All changes to the document made by an advisor are approved by the signer and submitted to the other negotiation participants for their approval. Document negotiation is flexible, allowing the document to cycle through all parties as many times as it takes to reach an agreement.

During the negotiation phase, electronic signatures are used to allow further changes. Once all parties have agreed, the signing process commences immediately, using personal, X.509 digital signatures to seal the document from further changes and providing independent signature verification. Optionally adding Secured Signing's new video confirmation to the signing workflow provides complete confidence in who is signing the agreement.

"The value we deliver for our customers is automating their document transactions and making it as quick and convenient as possible for their customers to do business with them." says Mike Eyal, Founder and Managing Director of Secured Signing. "The capability to negotiate documents online is another example of the breadth and depth of capability that makes Secured Signing a one stop digital signatures platform, that meets all the need of industries such as real estate and legal services. Every step of the process from negotiation to review to signing can be automated with Secured Signing, with the final document secured and sealed with digital signatures to deliver greater authenticity and reliability than the process it replaces."


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