Silanis Bundles its e-SignLive e-signature Services with IBM LotusLive at a Reduced Introductory Price

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Silanis Technology today announced special introductory pricing for its e-SignDoc™ and e-SignRoom™ offerings - two electronic signature services that integrate with IBM LotusLive. Both services are now integrated with IBM’s LotusLive online collaboration and social networking platform and available as a bundle with LotusLive Engage at a reduced price until July 31, 2010. No cost 30-day trials of both cloud services are also available, enabling 0rganizations to test-drive electronic signing within IBM’s security-rich online environment.

Silanis and IBM have teamed up to bring a cost-effective solution to the market for negotiating and signing business deals on the cloud

Silanis Technology today announced special introductory pricing for its e-SignDoc™ and e-SignRoom™ offerings - two electronic signature services that integrate with IBM LotusLive. Both services are now integrated with IBM’s LotusLive online collaboration and social networking platform and available as a bundle with LotusLive Engage at a reduced price until July 31, 2010. No cost 30-day trials of both cloud services are also available, enabling 0rganizations to test-drive electronic signing within IBM’s security-rich online environment.

“Silanis and IBM have teamed up to bring a cost-effective solution to the market for negotiating and signing business deals on the cloud,” said Robert Al-Jaar, Executive Vice-President and Chief Technology Officer at Silanis.

“The bundled services enable business users and their customers, partners and suppliers to electronically sign legal contracts, sales deals and other documents over the Web, while harnessing the power of online collaboration and social networking during the negotiation and pre-signing processes.”

By eliminating paper and keeping the signing process fully electronic, Silanis’ e-signatures services help to reduce the time, cost and risks of getting people’s signatures in documents.

The e-SignDoc service enables business process owners to invite people outside of their organization into LotusLive’s online environment to review and electronically sign one document at a time.

The e-SignRoom service, on the other hand, enables multiple documents to be reviewed and signed electronically by multiple people, while also giving business process owners real-time visibility into time-sensitive e-signing activities in order to monitor who has signed what documents and when.

Moreover, closing deals electronically in LotusLive Engage gives business process owners access to an entire host of security-rich productivity-enhancing features, such as file sharing, online meetings and video conferencing, instant messaging, project management, contact management, and much more.

This helps business process owners to connect, communicate and collaborate with external parties more efficiently and cost effectively during the negotiation and pre-signing stages.

For example, as subscribers to the LotusLive service, business process owners can invite their customers, partners and suppliers into LotusLive as guests and share the latest version of documents and contracts. Contract terms and conditions can also be electronically presented and reviewed during a Web meeting, supported by video conferencing for a more personal online experience.

Changes to documents and contracts can then be easily made during Web meetings by sharing applications with guests and displaying each person’s desktop so that redline changes can be seen by all participants. At the end of the process, guests can be surveyed or polled to gather pertinent feedback and information.

Subscribers can also leverage LotusLive’s contact management and social networking capabilities to easily connect with existing contacts, and expand their network by tapping into LotusLive’s active community of business users. Project management tools are also available to subscribers, enabling business processes to be automated.

e-SignLive™ bundled with LotusLive is an ideal solution for executing and completing a variety of documents online, such as: legal agreements, procurement contracts, non-disclosure agreements, M&A agreements, employee and customer on-boarding documents, insurance applications, and credit applications.

“The bundled Silanis and IBM cloud services make collaborative e-Commerce possible,” said Al-Jaar. “ The services help bridge the gap between enterprise collaboration and straight-through processing to enable organizations to negotiate and execute transactions fully electronically in a secure and trusted environment.”

Reduced Pricing Ends July 31, 2010

e-SignDoc and e-SignRoom are available at a reduced introductory price until July 31, 2010. e-SignDoc bundled with LotusLive Engage is available for $15* per user per month, while e-SignRoom bundled with LotusLive Engage is available for $30* per user per month. Guest accounts are included at no additional cost. Click here to learn more about the offer.

Silanis and IBM to Co-Host a Live Web Seminar

Join us for a free live Webcast on June 22 at 2:00 pm EST as executives from Silanis and IBM discuss trends in collaborative e-Commerce and demonstrate e-SignLive and LotusLive. Click here to learn more about the Webcast and to register.

No Cost 30-Day Trial Offer

Click here to register for a no cost 30-day trial of e-SignDoc or e-SignRoom.

About Silanis
Silanis Technology Inc. is the leading provider of Electronic Signature Process Management solutions. The world’s largest insurance and financial services companies, major government agencies, integrators and service providers depend on Silanis to accelerate business transactions and reduce costs while improving compliance with legal and regulatory requirements. The company’s electronic signature platform, ApproveIt®, is an enterprise-class e-signature process management solution that transforms paper-based business transactions to all-electronic, Web-based processes for e-commerce and e-government. Visit us on the Web at http://www.e-signlive.com
**Intra-company collaboration requires subscriptions by all internal participants.

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