Guide to electronic signatures

An electronic signature or e-signature is the digital counterpart of a traditional pen and paper signature. It has the same legal standing as a wet signature as long as it is in compliance with the laws and regulations of the region where it is created. E-signatures provide a safe and accurate identification method for users to sign a document. In the pandemic era, e-signatures have become a fast and efficient way of getting approvals on documents.

In this whitepaper, you will learn: –

  • How e-Signatures work
  • Facts about e-Signatures
  • Benefits of e-Signatures
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An electronic signature or e-signature is the digital counterpart of a traditional pen and paper signature. It has the same legal standing as a wet signature as long as it is in compliance with the laws and regulations of the region where it is created. E-signatures provide a safe and accurate identification method for users to sign a document. In the pandemic era, e-signatures have become a fast and efficient way of getting approvals on documents.

In this whitepaper, you will learn: –

  • How e-Signatures work
  • Facts about e-Signatures
  • Benefits of e-Signatures

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