With electronic signatures headed for early mainstream in 2008, both government and commercial organizations are putting their business cases together
Montreal, Quebec (PRWEB) January 11, 2007
A unique online event hosted by Silanis on January 23 will provide clear and definitive answers to some of the most frequently asked questions when considering and implementing electronic signatures.
"With electronic signatures headed for early mainstream in 2008, both government and commercial organizations are putting their business cases together," said Michael Laurie, Silanis vice-president and co-founder, and a panelist for this event. "With over 30 years experience in helping organizations transform their business processes online, our expert panel will share the common pitfalls and misunderstandings."
Topics of interest will include the legality of electronic signatures, the best form of user authentication, infrastructure and system requirements and more. As an added bonus, Silanis will field questions from the audience, before and during the event. The following panelists will be featured:
Michael Laurie has become the leading expert on electronic signature compliance through his involvement in hundreds of customer implementations, industry standards associations and legislative drafting committees. He presents frequently to government and industry on the subjects of e-signatures and e-vaulting.
Robert Al-Jaar, PhD, chief technology officer, oversees research and development and professional services efforts at Silanis. He is personally responsible for developing a proven project management methodology called Go Live Fast™ that ensures project timelines are as short as possible and expectations are met every time.
Tony Moncada, business architect, works with organizations prior to implementation to accurately establish requirements, identify potential gaps and ensure the best solution is chosen. He has built his expertise working with many Fortune 500 companies, including Stewart Title, ADP, BMW and GEICO.
Jack Moyer, federal government solutions analyst, has helped dozens of federal government agencies bring their approval processes online, including the US Army, US Air Force, United States Postal Service and the Joint Chiefs of Staff. Deploying and supporting e-signatures for hundreds of thousands of users has made Jack the resident expert on desktop-based e-signature implementations.
Registration is required in order to attend:
Or, for more information, visit Silanis' electronic signature resource center located at:
Founded in 1992, Silanis Technology Inc. is the largest and most experienced provider of electronic signature solutions. More than 1,100 government and commercial organizations, representing two million users, depend on Silanis' solutions to accelerate operations, improve service and reduce costs. The company's solutions not only eliminate the inefficiencies of paper, they provide reliable and auditable business records needed to demonstrate compliance with applicable laws, standards, regulations and policies. http://www.silanis.com
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