Kick-start your e-signature project with eSignLive' three-part Webcast series
This unique series will cover everything organizations need to start implementing, and benefiting from, electronic signatures.
Montreal, QC, June 22, 2007 — Leading e-signature provider Silanis is pleased to announce a three-part Webcast series on how to add electronic signatures to a business quickly and easily.
E-signature technology is the key to straight-through processing and greater efficiency. E-signing advantages include improved responsiveness and better service to customers, constituents and employees.
These three Webcasts will offer practical information unavailable anywhere else.
Part I: E-Signature FAQs will take place on Thursday, June 28, at 3 pm, and will shed light on the most common electronic signature questions, including the minimum system requirements to use e-signatures, and the difference between electronic signature and digital signatures.
Part II: Top 5 E-Signature Requirements is scheduled for Wednesday, July 18, at 3 pm. Breaking down how to ensure a successful e-signature implementation, this event will include live demonstrations of how solutions can meet the most stringent legal and regulatory requirements.
Part III: Common Pitfalls in Implementing E-Signatures, on Thursday, August 2, at 3 pm, will bring together Silanis experts who have helped hundreds of organizations with their e-signing initatives. Avoiding the most common mistakes is one way to choose, implement and use an electronic signature solution successfully.
Founded in 1992, Silanis Technology Inc. is the largest and most experienced provider of electronic signature solutions. More than 1,400 government and commercial organizations, representing two million users, depend on Silanis' solutions to accelerate operations, improve service and reduce costs. The company's solutions not only eliminate the inefficiencies of paper, they provide reliable and auditable business records needed to demonstrate compliance with applicable laws, standards, regulations and policies.