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electronic signature

A method of sending identity verification over the Internet,usually through the use of a personal identification number (PIN).

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eSign helps organisations sign the document digitally without the need for printing it.
The provision preempting conflicting state laws (including laws governing the business of insurance) permits nationwide use of electronic signatures and records and prevents states from enacting laws (including changes to UETA) that conflict with ESIGN. Among them: laws that narrow the scope of transactions for which electronic records and electronic signatures are to be recognized.
It is important to note that ESIGN actually places limits on the SEC's authority to implement rules concerning electronic signatures.
DocuSign CEO and president Steve King welcomed more than 300 attendees with the news that DocuSign led a coalition to make June 30 National ESIGN Day.
Plans are also being considered for implementing Livelink eSign to improve efficiency and speed approval processes.
A fully functional first rev and excellent customer service combined to give us the confidence to depend on Ample Communications for this as well as next-generation d esign projects currently underway."
Open Text(TM) Corporation (Nasdaq:OTEX)(TSE:OTC), provider of Livelink(R), Chicago, a leading collaboration and knowledge management software for the global enterprise, has launched Livelink eSign, which integrates new electronic signature, workflow, auditing and security features with Livelink's collaborative capabilities.
A single PC acts as a Web server to make COMMUNITY instantly available to everyone in the contact center, The Web-based d esign is flexible and scalable to fit contact center scheduling requirements and growth potential.
Column (2) provides analogous coefficients for earnings decrease periods (i.e., bad news; [DELTA] ESIGN = 0).
The Electronic Signatures in Global and National Commerce Act (ESIGN), which was intended to facilitate electronic commerce, removes legal barriers to recognizing electronically authenticated (or signed) transactions as valid.
Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and Department of Commerce advised Congress against making any modifications to the e-commerce law enacted last year, officially known as the Electronic Signature in Global and National Commerce Act (ESIGN).
As of October 1, 2000, the Electronic Signatures in Global and National Commerce Act (ESIGN) officially recognizes the validity of electronic documents and signatures.