Kofax SignDoc: Benefits

Paperless signing―trustworthy, secure and convenient

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Kofax SignDoc offers a wide range of business benefits.

Convenient, Comprehensive Signing Options

SignDoc not only triggers the e-signing process via click-to-sign, but also uses handwritten signatures, which are often the preferred choice in face-to-face signing scenarios in many countries.

Improved Compliance and Lower Risks

SignDoc provides clear proof of who signed (signatory), what they signed (content status of a document at time of signing), and when they signed (date and time).

Strong Evidential Weight

SignDoc goes beyond electronic signing of a document package by providing digital signatures for each, single signature included in a package. Signing triggered by handwritten signatures may include capture of biometric signals of the writing process according to the ISO/IEC 19794-7 standard. Captured photos of signers and/or signer IDs may be added to document as ISO/IEC 32000-1 PDF standard compliant digital signatures.

Same-Software Auditability

Unlike other solutions, Kofax SignDoc verifies transactional integrity with easy access to both document and process audit trails, without the cost and headache of maintaining additional software. All you need is a PDF reader. Document validation is independent of connection to external services, so there is no vendor lock-in.

Quick Deployment

Create, send, track, and sign documents and forms digitally for quick deployment. Or, embed signed documents and forms deeply into your own applications or workflows (via web-based middleware or SDK) to create more tailored experiences.

Full branding

Complete white-labeling of your e-signing solution is possible with SignDoc

Easy Integration

SignDoc integrates into existing core systems and collaboration with corresponding workflows, as well as in-depth reporting and monitoring of transactions

Multiple System Platform Support

Including desktop and mobile OS - Windows, iOS, Android and Linux

Multiple Deployment Options

Including on premise (behind an organization’s firewall), in the cloud and in hybrid mode.