eSignLive Shares User Authentication Strategies for Online Approval Process Automation

April 18, 2005

Montreal, QC, April 19, 2005 — Silanis Technology, the market leader in automating business approval processes, today announced an education web seminar as part of an ongoing market awareness program. This web seminar, taking place on Thursday, April 28th will answer frequently asked questions related to online user authentication for approval process automation.

User authentication is a critical element of a reliable electronic signature solution. The challenge, however, is that user authentication requirements differ between processes and determining the best approach can be challenging. The web seminar will introduce attendees to the pros and cons of various approaches to authenticating users online. “The most common hurdle for organizations looking to implement electronic signatures for web-based processes is establishing a reliable user authentication method,” says Tommy Petrogiannis, president of Silanis. “Luckily, best practices from industry leaders demonstrate that the answer lies in understanding your process requirements and knowing how to balance security with usability.” Case studies will highlight how organizations have addressed user authentication for a variety of processes and environments. The web seminar runs from 12:00 till 1:00 PM EST on Thursday, April 28th, 2005. For more information, or to register, please visit or call 1-888-SILANIS, ext. 2.

About Silanis

Silanis Technology is the leading provider of solutions that automate the Business Approval Process. The company’s award winning desktop and server-based solutions leverage electronic signature and approval technology to achieve total automation. With over 1,000 customers across government, mortgage, auto finance, insurance, banking and FDA regulated industries, Silanis has over a decade of experience in developing and delivering solutions that work the way organizations do. Government customers include NIH NIAID, USPS OIG, US Mint, and an enterprise license with both the US Joint Chiefs of Staff and the US Army.


Mary Ellen Power (514) 337-5255 ext. 1117 [email protected]