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Q&A Series: How Does An Electronic Signature Hold Up In Court?

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While digital signature technology has been around for decades, it is still a relatively new concept for many industries. Ryan Asdenti, a Sales Executive of eOriginal, will be walking us …

What Is TOLEC and Why It Matters

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Understanding the standard behind vault-to-vault transfers of financial assets By definition, TOLEC stands for the Transfer of Location of Electronic Contracts. But, in layman’s terms, what does that mean? To …

POI, The New ROI for Digital Transactions

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Why Protection of Investments (POI) for Digital Transactions is The New ROI Return on Investment (ROI) is a critical motivator for Companies looking to take their business process electronic and …

The Trickiness of Digital Engagement

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Perfecting digital engagement with customers can be tricky business… The underlying concepts for today’s digital-first customer seems natural, but the execution can be intimidating for those responsible for making it …

An Electronic Signature is a Great Start, but just the Start!

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A digital signature can be legally binding but that is only the first component of creating a digital asset whose value must be protected in accordance with business practices and compliance with legal and regulatory statutes appropriate to the industry in which the asset will reside.

5 Key Components to Producing Legally Enforceable Electronic Signatures

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eOriginal® solutions comply with all five requirements for enforceability. Additionally, eOriginal offers businesses the flexibility and cost-savings of hosted, online document execution and vaulting or, if they prefer, taking the execution and vaulting functions behind the firewall on their own servers with an enterprise license. For more information on eOriginal® solutions and technology, feel free to contact our sales department.