Organizations today are under pressure to move faster and do more with less. In the face of this pressure, many are turning to electronic signatures (eSign) as a way to speed up business processes.
However, the fragmented adoption of eSign can create risks that undermine an organization’s security posture, encourage the proliferation of shadow IT, promote duplications and inefficiencies, make integration and harmonization challenges, and delivers an inconsistent experience for both employees and customers.
To avoid these risks, organizations need to take a strategic approach to eSign adoption that considers the needs of all stakeholders. CXOs must search for integrated, global solutions that enable them to centrally manage and monitor compliance with organizational policies. IT leaders need to look for eSign solutions that are easy to deploy and integrate with existing systems.
And finally, line of business managers need to find eSign solutions that meet the specific needs of their departments while also providing a consistent user experience for PDF signatures. On top of this, a fragmented digital signature solution poses the following risks:
In our latest leadership webinar, titled “The CXO’s Blueprint for a global, unified Digital Signature Solution”, we will provide an introduction to digital signatures and their benefits. We will also discuss the key considerations for adopting a digital signature solution. A defragmented digital signature solution can help organizations to reduce costs and speed up their digital transformation.
Watch the digital signature webinar & share a front row seat with 200+ of the world’s largest companies and learn about the different problems that they have faced in adopting a digital signature solution. Gain insights into several challenges such as:
Our guest speaker Enza Iannopollo – Principal Analyst from Forrester Research, has over a decade of experience in the fields of privacy and business technology, Enza contributes to shaping and evolving Forrester’s point of view on Privacy & Risk. She has developed thought leadership and produced research on compliance with data protection rules, privacy as a competitive differentiator, ethics, and risk management.
In this webinar featuring Forrester speaker Enza will be in conversation with Richard Waugh – VP Corporate Development, Certinal who has an extensive background in B2B eCommerce, going back to his early career at GE, where he helped launch GE’S Trading Process Network (TPN), the first on-line Marketplace for Sourcing and Procurement in the mid 1990’s.
Certinal is a wholly owned subsidiary of Zycus, the pioneer in Cognitive Procurement. A familiar name and market leader with years of experience in managing critical contracts & agreements, Zycus boasts of over Fortune 1000 enterprise clients and deployments of procurement and sourcing suite of products. Digital Signing has always been a focus area for Zycus. Thus, Certinal was born to offer a best-in-class Digital Transaction Management solution that will be easy to use, 100% secure to deploy, and legally compliant worldwide. We stand committed to providing a one-stop solution to large enterprise customers, compliant with various security standards and conforming to different regional regulations.