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U.S. overview of electronic signatures

White Paper Published By: Adobe
Adobe
Published:  Mar 17, 2016
Type:  White Paper
Length:  3 pages

The ESIGN Act, signed in 2000, granted electronic signatures the same legal status as handwritten signatures throughout the United States. Electronic signatures – commonly called “e-signatures” – greatly simplify the way companies gather, track and manager signatures, approvals, and workflows. Companies nationwide, across industries and sizes, can now leverage legally-binding e-signatures to speed workflows across the business.

Read this white paper to learn:
• The legal basis for the ESIGN Act and what it means for businesses nationwide
• The basic requirements of U.S. electronic signature law
• Best practices when considering and implementing e-signature workflows in your business



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adobe, electronic signature, workflow