As our ways of doing business become more and more digital, paper document streams are increasingly unproductive and slow down the overall processes on which organizations spend lots of money optimizing. On the other hand, with increased digital document exchange, how can you really be sure that the invoice you received is indeed the correct one and hasn’t been victim to fraud? Or how can you prove that the contract wasn’t signed by you? An increased digital market naturally becomes an increasingly international playing field as well. As it becomes easier to exchange, buy and sell online, it doesn’t become easier to answer the above questions if you are in Belgium and your supplier is in Italy for example: maybe local legislation is quite different in defining what is valid proof for digital origin, authenticity, validity etc.
In today’s world where process automation is high on any organization’s agenda, the print-sign-scan steps break the chain of electronically tracable, audited and monitored paperless processes. In a fully digital process, the print-sign-scan steps are replaced by digital sealing and signing solutions which are integrated with the existing approval or inbound processes. These are not only focused on bilateral signing but just as much on the process of digitally sealing documents to ensure data integrity, authenticity and timestamp. Download this whitepaper and learn how you can protect the integrity and authenticity of your digital files with a digital seal.
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