eOriginal Announces Certification of eCore® and SmartSign Web on an Open Source Technology Platform

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New certifications help lower total cost of ownership and open new delivery channels

Certification on an open source stack greatly reduces infrastructure software license costs for On Premise customers.

eOriginal, Inc., a leading provider of electronic signature and transaction management solutions, has certified its flagship eCore® and SmartSign Web platform on a fully open source technology stack. The eOriginal technology platform, which was built on the enterprise computing standard Java EE, has been successfully deployed on commercial middleware solutions such as Oracle® WebLogic, IBM® WebSphere®, and the Oracle Relational Database (RDB).

The maturity of open source Java application servers and relational database technologies, such as JBoss AS and PostgreSQL, has dramatically increased the awareness of large and small organizations looking to lower their total cost of ownership (TCO) and shortening the return on investment (ROI) of their IT projects. Additionally, as organizations increasingly adopt cloud-based solutions for the deployment of strategic applications, this new solution can rapidly integrate into any IAAS and PAAS cloud environment to achieve reliable, cost-effective and flexible scalability.

The tightly integrated eCore/SmartSign Web solution has led the way for financial services companies to automate direct and indirect consumer lending as well as other forms of structured finance agreements. As electronic signature workflow processes continue to gain momentum outside the financial services arena, eOriginal has had increased demand from On Premise customers to assist them in lowering their ongoing operational costs in order to handle increasing load without the overhead, complexity and costs associated with proprietary middleware solutions.

The new eOriginal open source certification greatly expands the deployment options for small and mid-size organizations or departmental solutions that want to leverage the benefits of an eSign solution, but still need to deal with stringent legal enforceability and compliance requirements. By offering an enterprise class solution on a quick-to-deploy eSign & eVault Appliance, eOriginal is able to bring its years of experience and proven technology to any size organization looking to reduce their reliance on slow, error prone paper based solutions. The appliance easily integrates into an existing IT infrastructure.

“Our software was written to be agnostic to the underlying technology, which is one of the principle reasons we selected Java as our development platform,” said Bryan Caporlette, eOriginal Chief Technology Officer. “Our customers have really spearheaded this effort, as they look to lower their ongoing infrastructure software license and support costs. Having eCore and SmartSign certified on an open source platform provides our customers the opportunity to affordably scale their application as demand for eSignatures and electronic vaulting continues to grow within their enterprise, without sacrificing scalability or security,” said Caporlette.

About eOriginal
eOriginal has provided practical electronic signature and transaction management solutions that are tamper–resistant, auditable and legally enforceable for the past fifteen years. eOriginal SmartSign® enables businesses to streamline operations, significantly reduce costs, and enable compliance with eSignature and Industry regulatory requirements such as ESIGN, UETA and the applicable Uniform Commercial Code. eOriginal’s secure end-to-end solutions are available as On Premise, SaaS, or in the Cloud to eliminate costly paper-based processes and allow organizations to complete complex document-oriented transactions. eOriginal customers have processed over 40 million electronic signatures and protect billions of dollars of electronic financial assets within the Original secure trusted repository.

To learn how eOriginal can streamline your business processes, visit http://www.eoriginal.com or call 888.224.6404. Subscribe to the eOriginal blog or follow eOriginal on Twitter @eOriginal.

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