What is an e-signature?

An e-signature, or electronic signature, is a method for signing contracts and other documents electronically, without pen or paper. Electronic signatures are used by businesses to save time and reduce costs, and have the same legal validity and enforceability of pen-and-paper documents, when executed in compliance with e-signature laws.

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Why do businesses need e-signature software?

An average workday in many businesses is filled with paperwork—contracts and documents that need to be filled out, signed, and returned. E-signature software allows companies to collect these electronically, without the need for paper-based processes. In common practice, such documents are often signed in a method directly analogous to a paper document: by applying the signer’s name, either typed or hand-drawn using a mouse or touch screen.

Citrix solutions for e-signatures

Citrix RightSignature is an all-in-one, easy to use solution to help your business get all your important documents signed electronically. RightSignature offers a single guided experience to help you and your clients upload, transmit, fill out, sign, and return electronic contracts and documents with no scanning or faxing, and help every step of the way.

Organizations can use RightSignature for complicated projects, such as documents with multiple signers, or to mass distribute documents such as benefit enrollment forms. RightSignature can also help support your business’s data security and industry compliance efforts with bank-level encryption and security features.

 

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