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Beginner’s Guide to Electronic Signatures

This beginner's guide introduces business and IT executives to the key concepts and considerations for moving to paperless, signing processes,…

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Electronic Signatures in Court

In this Webcast, Silanis is joined by two leading e-commerce law firms to discuss e-signature case law and best practices.

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E-Signature Webcast for Financial Services Legal Counsel

3 e-commerce law all-stars present a deep dive into ESIGN, UETA and other laws and regulations that enable electronic transactions.

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E-Signatures in Banking Use Case Demonstrations

Demonstrations of the e-Sign Enterprise Platform - the solution trusted by many top North American banks and financial service providers.

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Enterprise Requirements Checklist

This Webcast focuses on how to gather and document your requirements for automating new business transactions with e-signatures. Silanis Director of Solutions Marketing, Francois Leblanc, provides a framework for organizations to use in evaluating e-signatures that will help decision makers determine which solution will best address their organization's current and evolving needs.

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E-Signatures in Government – A Beginner’s Guide

An introduction to electronic signatures for all levels of government and how the technology is transforming government processes.

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E-Signatures for the Pharmaceutical Industry

New eBook: FREE e-Signature Guide for Pharmaceutical and Life Sciences Organizations

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Electronic Signature Success Stories in Lending

Five real world examples of organizations using e-signatures in lending processes to improve service, reduce cost, and mitigate operational risk.

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