OpenText™ announced that it has expanded its electronic signature offering, which is now available to small and medium-sized businesses, large enterprises and developers. The offering includes a full feature, low-cost option of Core Signature for small and medium-sized businesses and the Core Signature Service for developers looking to integrate e-signature into custom-built applications.
“Successful and resilient organizations are digitizing processes and empowering remote workers with the tools they need to close business,” said Muhi Majzoub, OpenText Chief Product Officer. “Organizations of any size can deploy Core Signature for critical business processes, providing users the ability to sign documents within the applications they use most.”
OpenText Core Signature enables employees and partners to sign quotes, contracts, and other documents in a fast and hassle-free way. The OpenText portfolio of electronic signature offerings enable customers to incorporate electronic signature into their business processes in a way that best suits their needs.
OpenText Core Signature is the right choice for organizations of every size:
• OpenText Core Signature is a SaaS application that enables customers to sign and approve digital documents quickly and easily from anywhere at any time. It deploys immediately, delivering a complete, full-feature electronic signing solution, helping digitize key approval processes and save time during signature collection. Access the 14-day free trial, here.
• OpenText Core Signature can also be deployed as an add-on to OpenText™ Core Share, combining secure document management and sharing so that organizations can collaborate on documents from authoring all the way to signature.
• Core Signature Service empowers developers to easily build and integrate secure, rapid electronic signing for document preparation into new applications, critical business applications or existing OpenText solutions. The service is also available to OpenText OEM partners.
“The ability to customize and integrate e-signature into our business applications was important to us. We required robust capabilities and flexibility to develop a solution to fit our unique needs. These capabilities could not be matched by other vendors,” said Inge Opreel, CIO at FARYS, a multiservice company in Belgium that is leveraging OpenText Core Signature Service to embed electronic signing directly into their existing and future customer applications.
"The importance of eSignature solutions to an organization has become strikingly evident during our recent health crisis," says Holly Muscolino, research vice president, Content and Process Strategies and the Future of Work at IDC. "All organizations, ranging from the enterprise to the small or medium-sized entity, can benefit from digitizing and automating content-centric workflows, and eSignature software is a critical component for any workflow requiring signature and/or agreement."*
*IDC TechBrief: eSignature Software, May 2020
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