Esignatures

Our eSignature Solution – DocuSign Signature Appliance

Electronic Signatures simplify the administration of the company document handling and printouts and will give a secure and good document environment strategy. This assures quality by moving to a paperless work environment.

Today, most transactions in the business world are performed electronically:

  • Documents are written using word processing programs.
  • Messages are sent via email.
  • Inventories and purchases are tracked using Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems.
  • Medical information is stored in Electronic Medical Record (EMR) systems.

By moving to a viable electronic data authentication system, organizations can reduce their printing, archiving, shipping, and handling costs. In addition, better and more competitive customer service can often be provided.

MSET DocuSign Signature Appliance (SA) is a PKI-based, off-the-shelf digital-signature solution that can be integrated with a wide range of applications.

In this way, MSET enables organizations to embed digital signatures in various documents, forms, and transactions. MSET DocuSign SA is a turnkey, hardware-based solution that is easily and quickly deployed in the network and provides cost-effective digital-signature capabilities for the organization.

DEFINING SIGNATURES

Electronic Signature

An electronic signature is, like its paper equivalent, a legal concept. According to the U.S Electronic Signatures in Global and National Commerce Act, an e-signature is an “electronic sound, symbol, or process attached to, or associated with, a contract or other record and adopted by a person with the intent to sign a record.” Based on this definition, an electronic signature can be broken down into these components:

  • Who signed
  • What was signed
  • Intent and Consent

Digital Signature

A digital signature, on the other hand, refers to the encryption / decryption technology on which an electronic signature solution is built. A digital signature alone is not a type of electronic signature. Rather, digital signature encryption secures the data associated with a signed document and helps verify the authenticity of a signed record. Used alone, it cannot capture a person’s intent to sign a document or be legally bound to an agreement or contract. A digital signature:

  • Secures Sensitive Data
  • Detects Tampering Efforts
  • Strengthens the signers trust

Pairing the two together is Legally binding evidence

  • A Digital & Electronic Signature for the individual that meets the requirements for CFR Part 11.• Digital Signature
  • Electronic Signature
  • Client software to Sign in Native document format
  • Examples Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Images without the need to convert them to PDF
  • Sign PDF’s and PDF-A.
  • Access to Redundant eSign servers in two geographic locations