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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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eSignature feature requires a DocuSign customer account in order to be activated.
HelloSign's platform includes eSignature, document workflow and online fax solutions to automate and manage business transactions.
IMM is the leading provider of eSignatures for financial institutions.
eSignatures supplier IMM, has announced that Maryland-based Nymeo Federal Credit Union (FCU) has rounded out its digital strategy with electronic forms library, the company said.
Power PDF 3 features eSignature support from DocuSign, allowing workers to quickly and conveniently sign and send documents as part of a secure workflow that can be completed directly from the PDF interface.
"We are honored to be collaborating with Applied Systems as one of their first eSignature Solutions Partners to date," said Bill O'Boyle, senior manager for Business Development for Citrix.
Clinicians are also able to use Patient eSignature at the bedside.
Launched in December 2013, the PKI comes in line with the ongoing eGovernment Transformation Plan in order to create a solid foundation for electronic authentication services as well as eSignature to complete eServices in a safe, secure and trustworthy manner.
According to Cnet, the two companies have announced a 'long-term strategic partnership' that would see the integration of DocuSign's eSignature apps with Office 365.
Also, 74 percent said that the lack of eSignature acceptance for Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) originations has hindered their paperless plans.
For instance, insurers implementing robust eSignature platforms are seeing efficiencies that directly impact revenue growth and customer retention within the first year.
Another important technology moving to mobile is eSignature. Vendors such as DocuSign are extending their eSignature solutions to support mobile devices.