Silanis e-SignLive introduces Collaborative e-Commerce “On-the-Go” with new support for Apple iPad and more.

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Silanis introduces new iPad support for e-SignLive, its SaaS e-signature solution. Sign up for a free 30-day trial of e-SignLive for your chance to win a free iPad. Contest expires December 15, 2010.

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The new iPad support, combined with the service’s newly added authentication and compliance features, make e-SignLive with IBM LotusLive a viable, low-cost, and risk-free solution for customer- and citizen-facing processes.

Organizations looking to grow or better service their customer base can now extend collaborative e-signing to their field reps and agents with the new release of e-SignLive™ for IBM LotusLive, said Silanis Technology. The electronic signature provider today announced newly optimized support for the Apple iPad, more options for authenticating customers, and added compliance features.

The new capabilities enable insurance agents, mortgage brokers, government workers, sales reps, realtors and other professionals to use the cloud-based service with consumers out in the field when closing new business and processing service requests, while ensuring greater ease-of-use, security and compliance.

“Mobile e-commerce enables organizations to go beyond their traditional ‘bricks and clicks’ channels when conducting business electronically,” said Robert Al-Jaar, Executive Vice-President and CTO of Silanis. “e-SignLive’s new support for iPad makes e-signing available to customers anywhere, any time, and any place so that a deal can be sealed on the spot, regardless of where the customer is located.”

Field reps and agents guide customers through an e-signing process by presenting documents and contracts to customers for electronic review and signing through the Safari web browser displayed on the iPad. No other application or software needs to be downloaded or installed on the iPad. Customers simply ‘click-to-sign’ documents by tapping on the iPad screen with their finger.

As an added security measure and to prove that it was the customer and not the field rep that e-signed the document, e-SignLive now also supports SMS authentication. After customers ‘click-to-sign’, a unique numeric code is sent to their cellular phone that they must then enter using the iPad to confirm their intent to e-sign.

And finally, in order to meet compliance requirements for conducting consumer transactions electronically, e-SignLive now presents the E-SIGN consent form and disclosures to users for acceptance within LotusLive. This enables organizations to gather secure, non-repudiable evidence that customers agreed (or disagreed) to conduct business electronically, and that legal disclosures, insurance policies or supporting documents were delivered to customers as part of the transaction.

“e-SignLive is the industry’s first collaborative e-commerce solution for consumers,” said Al-Jaar. “The new iPad support, combined with the service’s newly added authentication and compliance features, make e-SignLive with IBM LotusLive a viable, low-cost, and risk-free solution for customer- and citizen-facing processes.”

To mark the occasion, Silanis is giving away free iPads. Sign up for a free 30-day trial of e-SignLive for your chance to win a free iPad. Contest expires December 15, 2010.

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, and service providers depend on Silanis to accelerate business transactions and reduce costs while improving compliance with legal and regulatory requirements. The company’s on-premises, cloud, and Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) e-signature solutions eliminate manual, paper-based processing to enable e-commerce and e-government transactions to be executed fully electronically from start to finish.

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