Technology

Could The Technology behind Bitcoins Be Used to Manage eAssets?

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For the last year everyone in the tech and financial worlds has been buzzing about the sudden rise of Bitcoins. As the Bitcoin wiki describes it: “Bitcoins is a distributed …

Two Additional Authentication Options for On Premise Customers

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We are excited to announce that we have recently added Single Sign On authentication support to our eAsset® Management Services.  Now our On Premise customers that use a Single Sign …

New Trends and Technologies for Security Alarm Companies in 2012

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I just returned from The 2012 ESI Forum and ESA Leadership Summit in Irving, TX, which was a wonderful event on many different levels. The networking opportunities, meetings and sessions all contributed to make this a great way to kick off the New Year.

Tuesday’s Tip – Setting Up Another Authentication Layer in SmartSign Web

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Smart-phones are a life-line or hub of information for most businesses today so it only makes sense for the use of SMS (Short Message Service) text message notifications as a means of signer authentication. With eOriginal SmartSign, SMS/text ID verification can be applied in two separate methods for an added level of security:

Tuesday’s Tip – eOriginal Working to Create a Streamlined Signing Experience Using Google Docs.

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eOriginal clients have the ability to link their Google account to their eOriginal login in order to import Google documents during the transaction creation in SmartSign Web.

Tuesday’s Tip – Transaction XRefs – useful search tool

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eOriginal clients commonly use the Transaction ID or Status values to search for a transaction(s). Transaction External References (1-3 ) are fields that can be customized to meet your organization’s business needs. The benefit of customizing these labels allows your users yet another way to search for or batch processing needs.

Tuesday Tip: Upload a signed paper document using eOriginal’s Paper In™ process

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eOriginal now introduces a Paper In process that allows our customers to accomplish this goal. Paper In is a controlled action that enables you to convert a paper original to an Electronic Original Document (Authoritative Copy). The document, once the process is complete, will contain the electronic signature of the user you designated to confirm the destruction of the paper original.

What is the difference between an Electronic and Digital Signature?

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With the use of electronic signatures becoming more prevalent in today’s office atmosphere, businesses are quickly recognizing the value and benefits that come along with adopting electronic processes.

Tuesday Tip: Streamlining transaction creation in eOriginal SmartSign®

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Transaction Types are a great tool in cutting down the time to create a transaction and ensure the right document(s) and signature action are used for each. Transaction Types allow the user to pre-define document packages.

Tuesday Tips: Signing On The Go

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eOriginal’s latest SmartSign release brings enhanced on-the go signing right to your finger tips. With no apps to install, simply click on a link in your email and the SmartSign Signature Service will launch right in your browser.

eOriginal Product Update Highlights

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There are several important SmartSign Web® product enhancements that should appeal to any business improvement process. We’ve added a number of important workflow integration enhancements so that we can be more tightly embedded and work more seamlessly with customer downstream business processes

Let SmartSign Web’s Push Service Be Your Team’s Quarterback

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Now, with SmartSign Web’s new Push Service workflow automation tool, eOriginal can throw you that game winning pass. In our newest release of SmartSign Web, your organization can choose to have different actions in our Signing Room pass messages to your applications. These messages may be used to trigger updates within an internal dashboard, CRM system or to automatically load data into a customer service system

eOriginal SmartSign® Web Approved by Wells Fargo

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Wells Fargo Funding has approved eOriginal as an Authorized eSignature and eDelivery Vendor. eOriginal’s SmartSign Web can be used by brokers, real estate companies and correspondent lenders to manage borrower electronic disclosure statements.

What is A Digital Signature?

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Most people think a digital signature is the application of an electronic representation of a signature to a document. In fact, a digital signature involves a formal process of utilizing a digital certificate issued by a Certificate Authority (e.g. VeriSign, GoDaddy, Comodo) that uses public key cryptography to create a unique representation of a message or document. SmartSign incorporates both electronic signatures and digital signatures to simplify the capture across multiple channels such as web, mobile, point of sale, and others.

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.

eOriginal SmartSign® Web Feature Spotlight: Who Is Electronically Signing Your Contracts?

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eOriginal SmartSign® Web dramatically reduces potential losses and fraud attempts. With eOriginal’s OFAC and Patriot Act Complaint third party verification feature, you always feel secure. eOriginal can now alleviate that burden by verifying potential signer information against different data sources that include the Social Security Administration, Regional Bell Operating Companies, credit header data, government watch lists, and many other proprietary sources.

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