DocVerify Makes Web Cam Electronic Notarizations Easy for Virginia Notaries.
Irvine, Ca (PRWEB) April 29, 2014
DocVerify, a leading name in the secure electronic document verification industry, has introduced an innovative electronic Platform as a Service (PaaS) that will enable notaries based in the state of Virginia provide remote electronic notarizations. Replacing traditional paper based notarization methods, the E-Notary system introduced by DocVerify is designed to eliminate the requirement of physical presence during the document notarization process.
According to a company spokesperson for DocVerify, the innovative cloud based E-Notary platform is an exciting improvement over traditionally inefficient and difficult logistically cumbersome notary processes. Sharing their views regarding the solution the electronic notarization system is expected to fill, the spokesperson said, “While Virginia is the first state to authorize a participant to be in a remote location, e-notarization failed to get enough popularity due to lack of reliable and trustworthy remote notarization platform. We studied the market in terms of consumer’s concerns and discovered that there wasn’t a single solution that answers them properly. With special focus on security, our solution is designed to encourage and establish consumers’ confidence in remote electronic notarization method.”
Highlighting one of the major features of the new E-Notary system, the spokesperson describes it as highly streamlined and simple-to-use solution. In order to use the system, commissioned notary requires to be activated for the state of Virginia. Commissioned notaries must also be activated within the DocVerify system before they’re permitted to conduct notarial acts.
Explaining the initiation of notarization process through the E-Notary platform, the spokesperson stated that the users can request to have a document notarized from a specific notary via DocVerify. They can also contact a DocVerify notary directly, in which case a DocVerify notary will start the process for them.
DocVerify offers notaries the freedom of selecting their preferred webcam technology that includes but is not limited to Skype, Yahoo, WebEx, and GoToMeeting. The notary authenticates each individual signer through the webcam session based on the requirements of the state, and completes step one of the electronic journal portion of the notarial process. “Once the electronic journal is complete, the document is signed by the signers through a link sent to them via email. Finally, the notary will then enter their signature in order to complete the notarial process. It’s as simple as it gets,” the spokesperson added.
Sharing a few of the technical details, the spokesperson explained that the E-notary platform is based on highly secure, robust, and powerful API that allows seamless integration into any web or mobile application. DocVerify’s e-notary is also available in the states of Arkansas, California, Colorado, Florida, Iowa, Maryland, Minnesota, New Mexico, Oregon, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Texas, and Utah.
For more information, visit the website http://www.docverify.com.
DocVerify is rapidly strengthening its position as industry leader in electronic signatures and digital signatures after its recent partnerships and integrations with Wufoo and Salesforce. The company is leading the way with its electronic signatures and secure data storage VeriVault technologies, and is even integrating these into online retail stores to help prevent chargeback friendly fraud which is detrimental to online merchants. The company is fully compliant with HITECH, ISO, SOX, HIPAA, PCI, UCC, various other ISO requirements, and other laws or regulations.
DocVerify and VeriVault are registered trademarks, and trademarks of DocVerify, Inc.