Implementing a Digital Signature is a good idea to move away from paper-based processes, speeding up contract signing, and staying safe during the COVID-19 pandemic. It helps organizations in their paperless office strategy and digital transformation initiative. But where are the pitfalls, what shall someone implementing digital signature in the organization be aware of?
2020 is for sure a year of surprises in many means. We all experience a worldwide pandemic, we are shifting our workplace from an office environment to home which means a new normal for many of us. What does it mean and how does a paperless office support us in a digital transformation?
Is your organization still printing out documents, put them into an envelope, call Aramex, DHL, or UPS to send them for the other party to sign? Now starts the uncertain time, where is the document, when will it come back, when will it be signed? Read today 5 reasons why digital signature matters.
Good things in life take a while and the same applies to the long way from an e-Signature to Digital Signature. In the journey of the history of digital signatures we highlight key events, the key people and companies adopting technology in usable applications. Let the journey begin.