eSignLive Shines Spotlight on E-Signature Pitfalls in Final Summer Series Webcast
The first two installments of Silanis' summer Webcast series answered frequently asked e-signature questions, and laid out solution requirements. In this third Webcast, Silanis CTO Robert Al-Jaar will discuss how businesses implementing e-signatures can avoid common pitfalls.
Montreal, QC, July 27, 2007 — Silanis Technology, the world's leading e-signature provider, will wrap up its three-part summer Webcast series with its most senior technical expert illustrating common electronic signature-related errors, why businesses make them, and how to avoid them.
The use of electronic signatures by thousands of organizations, in all industries, represents a great opportunity to review various successes and setbacks, and to learn from them.
Silanis Chief Technology Officer Robert Al-Jaar, PhD, has over 25 years of information technology experience, and has worked with customers to plan and oversee e-signature implementations of all kinds.
"One of the principal pitfalls unique to e-signature projects is the failure to involve the legal department," said Dr. Al-Jaar. "This is critical to any implementation, given the legal requirements an e-signature project must comply with."
In this unique presentation, Dr. Al-Jaar will share his extensive knowledge of desktop and Web-based e-signature applications, and the sometimes unexpected challenges they can present.
To register for this complimentary event taking place on Thursday, August 2, 2007, at 3 pm EST, please click here.
To download a free recording of Part I: E-Signature FAQ, please click here.
For a free recording of Part II: E-Signature Requirements, please click here.
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.