in SaaS eSign Deployments
Cloud-based eSignatures are common – but they have major usability and compliance gaps when it comes to in-person signing.
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The Past & Future of Handwritten Signatures
Handwritten signatures as a method of identification and consent date back to 3100 BCE and in the subsequent centuries have continued to enjoy a consistent position in law and common practice as a method of identification and consent.
Today, the handwritten signature remains a universally acknowledged way for individuals to approve decisions, provide consent and demonstrate intent.
Moreover, recent enhancement to digital pen and ink technology have resulted in handwritten electronic signatures records that capture biometric artifacts as well as transaction data, generating new ways to capture and validate identity and consent.
These technological developments are creating a unique opportunity for SaaS providers to fill usability and compliance gaps that online signing alone has been unable to address.
Why Digital Pens? Why Now?
"Handwriting capture should be part of a digital strategy for SaaS vendors"
Ken Moyle, President, K6 Partners, LLC
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Cursive in the Cloud
While eSignature companies have often distanced themselves from non-cloud alternatives, combining digital pens and SaaS signing can offer a complete electronic signature solution.