CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. (PRWEB) June 25, 2018
Three of the eleven most populous counties in the United States now offer SIGNiX Digital Signatures to more than 15 million citizens. As governments search for ways to increase efficiency, cut costs, and deliver more convenient services to constituents, digital processes will continue to replace costly, paper-based forms and ink signatures.
“SIGNiX was state-approved, so we knew we had a solution that wasn’t just a one-off,” said Rolf Bishop, San Diego County’s Chief Information Officer. “It wasn’t just us here at the County, but the back-end technology was approved and used standards accepted by the State of California.”
Bishop worked with SIGNiX to convert the County’s change of address form as a way to pilot a broader integration of digital signatures into government operations. “We’ve received lots of emails saying, ‘This was a fantastic decision to make it easier to get things like this done online,’” Bishop said. He expects San Diego County to save $225,000 annually as they continue to move away from ink-signed, paper-based forms to digitally signed PDFs.
Governments are under constant pressure from legislators to cut costs and increase efficiency, while citizens place a high value on convenience and quick transactions. SIGNiX Digital Signatures offer significant savings in cost and time compared to paper-based processes, as well as military-grade data security and independently verifiable legal evidence that lasts for generations.
About SIGNiX: The patented SIGNiX Digital Signature Platform makes the superior cryptography and legal evidence of true digital signatures as easy to use as simple electronic signatures. Through a range of powerful partnerships, SIGNiX Digital Signatures bring peace of mind to users in highly regulated industries, including real estate, financial services, banking, healthcare, life sciences, and government.