Montreal, QC, April 15, 2010 - Silanis Technology, the leader in electronic signature process management, today announced that it will be joined by Forrester Research to discuss delivery options for e-signatures. Silanis’ Executive Vice-President and CTO, Dr. Robert Al-Jaar, and Forrester Research Analyst, Bill Nagel, will review the requirements and pros and cons for deploying e-signatures on-premise, on the cloud, and using a SaaS solution during this webcast scheduled for Thursday, April 22 at 11:00 am EST.
“Competitive pressure and compelling, real-world ROI are driving more and more organizations to adopt electronic signatures,” said Dr. Al-Jaar. “Time-to-market is key, but the success of any e-signature project is measured by how well the solution supports an organizations’ requirements and integrates with legacy and evolving infrastructure.
Thankfully, with a number of delivery options for e-signature solutions available, it is easier than ever to adopt the right approach based on your priorities and requirements.
In this free 60-minute Webcast, Silanis and Forrester will explain SaaS, cloud and on-premise e-signatures and provide practical advice on how to determine which approach is best for you.
Join us on Thursday April 22, 2010 to learn about:
To register for the Webcast, click here.
- On-Premise, SaaS & cloud e-signature solutions
- Pros and cons for each delivery method
- E-Signature adoption trends
- Deployment option decision criteria
- Cost considerations
- Case studies
Silanis Technology Inc. is the leading provider of Electronic Signature Process Management solutions. The world’s largest insurance and financial services companies, major government agencies, integrators and service providers depend on Silanis to accelerate business transactions and reduce costs while improving compliance with legal and regulatory requirements. The company’s electronic signature platform, ApproveIt®, is an enterprise-class e-signature process management solution that transforms paper-based business transactions to all-electronic, Web-based processes for e-commerce and e-government.