Sign Documents Anywhere, Anytime, using Any device
Don’t waste time or money on printing and postage, capture signatures securely through an automated email workflow.
You need forms, documents, and contracts signed, and you want an easy-to-use, full feature, yet cost effective e-Signature workflow solution to handle it - Welcome to Signmore.
Capturing a secure signature is only the beginning. Signmore can be used as a standalone product or part of a greater workflow with the ability to integrate with your ERP, CRM, or other line of business applications.
Signmore seamlessly integrates with Kofax Intelligent Automation Product Suite, Business Applications and most of the leading document management systems.
Signmore, powered by Kofax SignDoc®, makes it easy to transform almost any document into a signature agreement. Choose from a wide range of signature inputs and signing methods. Follow the status of your documents and use automated reminders to keep things moving.
E-signature trust is based on verified signers and a digital transaction history, backed by regulations across the globe. ACMO Signmore brings confidence to all signing parties and simplifies your compliance process.
Sign at any type of meeting, at any location, on any device. Signmore E-Signature solution (powered by Kofax SignDoc®) supports all signing scenarios and helps signers execute documents easily. Advanced signing features help navigate more complex signing processes.
Add value to your applications and improve the productivity of users with seamless integration of e-signature within your web, mobile and desktop applications.
Easy cloud deployment with your choice of Professional or Enterprise subscription, private cloud, or on-premises deployment.
Delight customers by transforming your customer experience using the communications channel of their choice-on any device, anytime, anywhere.
Improve compliance by providing a traceable, end-to-end audit trail of all process steps and transactions to mitigate risk of external or internal fraud attempts.
Decrease paper usage for print-ship-scan processes, as all operations are now done online.
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eSignatures are used by organisations to create and share forms and agreement documentation with staff, clients, and other businesses for things such as customer and employee onboarding, legal, finance and accounting documents, procurement, account management, service documentation, payroll and finance agreements.
Reduces the paper usage for print-ship-scan processes, as all operations are now done online. eSignatures significantly lowers the time it takes to complete contracts or approvals from days to minutes. They enhances customer experience by using the communication channels of their choice on any device, anytime, anywhere. It can improves compliance by providing a traceable, end-to-end audit trail of the various process steps and the transactions involved and mitigate risk of external or internal fraud attempts and help avoid litigation.
E-SIGN ACT is defined as the Electronic Signatures in Global and National Commerce Act (e-SIGN) is a U.S. Federal law that was passed in 2000 that enabled the use of electronic records and signatures for commercial transactions. The demonstration basically empowers associations to embrace a uniform e-signature handle over each of the 50 states with the affirmation that records can't be declined by a court of law singularly on the premise that they were marked electronically. It is the responsibility of the organisation to fulfill the requirements of the E-SIGN ACT for authenticating data and signers.
An ‘electronic signature’ is a legal concept that is defined in eIDAS by the following:
“electronic signature’ means data in electronic form which is attached to or logically associated with other data in electronic form and which is used by the signatory to sign;” (eIDAS Article 3.10)
A digital signature, on the other hand, refers to a mathematical and cryptographic concept that is widely used to provide concrete and practical instances of electronic signature. The definition given by ETSI TR 119 100 is that of data appended to, or a cryptographic transformation of a data unit that allows a recipient of the data unit to prove the source and integrity of the data unit and protect against forgery e.g. by the recipient.
These two concepts should be distinguished, as all electronic signatures are not necessarily digital signatures.
Yes. The Adobe Approved Trust List is a program that allows millions of users around the world to create digital signatures that are trusted whenever the signed document is opened in Adobe® Acrobat® or Reader® software. Essentially, both Acrobat and Reader have been programmed to reach out to a web page to periodically download a list of trusted "root" digital certificates. Any digital signature created with a credential that can trace a relationship ("chain") back to the high-assurance, trustworthy certificates on this list is trusted by Acrobat and Reader. It also supports AATL Long Term Validity (LTV) to meet archiving requirements for documents.
Individual signed documents are distributed as attachments in the final email to both recipient, and are in PDF form.
Yes, the following types are excluded from the E-Sign Act: Divorce paperwork, Wills and testamentary trusts, Court notices, such as briefs, pleadings, and other writings, Notice of the termination of life insurance or health insurance benefits, Notice of the termination of utility services, Notice of eviction or foreclosure, notice of repossession or default, adoption paperwork, recall notices for a product, documents required to accompany the transport or handling of hazardous materials.
Yes, SignDoc software is legally binding and 100% UETA and ESIGN compliant. Every contract you sign with our software also comes with a digital signing certificate so you have an electronic record of the transaction.