Senior eSignLive Developer Presenting at RSA
Benoit Goudreault-Emond presents Business-friendly Digital Signatures Applied to Electronic Documents
RSA Conference, San Francisco, CA, February 23, 2004 — Benoit Goudreault-Emond, a senior developer with Silanis, is presenting at the 2004 RSA Conference in San Francisco this week. The session, scheduled for 10:15 am on Wednesday, February 25th, will address the challenges that businesses face when integrating electronic approvals into document editors.
Traditional cryptographic applications, such as PGP, seal a document with a tamper-proof digital signature. While this secures the document, it is not conducive to business environments and processes that may require the embedding of metadata for a number of separate approvals. Mr. Goudreault-Emond’s session will look at how to apply business-friendly digital signatures to electronic documents by comparing the three key ways of processing document data: lexing, parsing, and parsing through a third-party API.
Mr. Goudreault-Emond leads the development of Silanis’ ApproveIt Desktop product. He has been instrumental in developing many of the product’s key features and defining its future direction. Mr. Goudreault-Emond holds a Bachelor of Computer Engineering from Concordia University.
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.
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