Universities are becoming extremely aware of the benefits of electronic signatures to streamline processes.
Baltimore, MD (Vocus) February 4, 2010
The facilities management department at one of the top, private U.S. universities has selected eOriginal, Inc., a leader in electronic signature, vaulted repository, and electronic transaction management solutions, for an electronic signature and repository solution to be integrated with their budget approval and workflow system.
eOriginal was selected by the university after a competitive review that focused on security, compliance, deployment, configurability, and extensibility criteria. The integrated solution spans all sections of the university and is expected to dramatically streamline budget workflow processes and ensuring compliance while also improving recordkeeping with eOriginal’s comprehensive audit trail.
The previous paper-based process was subject to frequent delays and errors slowing construction and maintenance projects. The flexibility to add, manage, and track contracts at different stages within each contract and project lifecycle significantly shortens the time between approval and project completion.
“Universities are becoming extremely aware of the benefits of electronic signatures to streamline processes,” said Mark Schneider, Vice President of Sales for eOriginal. “They are also increasingly aware of the value of using a vaulted repository for material documents to ensure legal compliance and reduce their audit exposure.”
eOriginal SmartSign® enables compliance with the eSignature requirements of the ESIGN Act, UETA and the UCC. eOriginal has provided secure, verifiable, and legally enforceable electronically signed documents and transactions for financial services, insurance, government, healthcare, and education for over a decade with out a system failure or legal challenge while processing millions of transactions representing billions of dollars.
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Scott Palubinsky, Media Relations