Montreal, QC (PRWEB) July 12, 2007
In response to demand, leading e-signature provider Silanis' second Webcast in a three-part summer series will cover the various legal, business and IT requirements for organizations adopting electronic signatures.
Building on the basic concepts introduced in Part I, "E-Signature FAQs Answered," this second educational Webcast, titled "E-Signature Requirements," will offer concrete guidance on how to ensure a successful electronic signature implementation.
As presenters of this event on Wednesday, July 18, at 3PM, experienced business architects Jack Moyer and Yazan Alwaid will demonstrate the importance of ensuring a judicious balance of usability and security, depending on the risk level of the process being automated.
Free of charge, this Webcast will also include live demonstrations of how electronic signatures can help organizations improve their performance while meeting the most stringent requirements, in a variety of environments.
Silanis has based its top requirements checklist on its experience providing e-signature solutions to BMW Financial Services, AIG and the General Services Administration, as well as to the US Air Force, Navy, Army and many other well-known organizations.
The US Army has an enterprise license with Silanis to sign its most popular document formats (Microsoft Word and Excel, Adobe PDF), IBM Workplace Forms and XHTML forms. With the addition of electronic signatures to its Forms Content Management Program, all processes will remain electronic, resulting in annual savings of $1.3 billion annually when fully deployed, according to a US Army audit.
Founded in 1992, Silanis Technology Inc. is the largest and most experienced provider of electronic signature solutions. More than 1,400 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.