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COLUMBUS, OHIO (March 6, 2018) – Running a successful business can be daunting but Scriptel digitizing technology products aim to ease that burden.
“You must constantly measure, improve and course correct,” explain Liam Brown, et al., in their Springer Int’l. Management for Professionals series title. The researchers’ pleas emphasize the role technology plays in improving UX and efficiency levels.
“You must scan the technology horizon in order to respond to threats and take advantage of opportunities. (You must also) decide what to build and what to buy. And you must do all of these things—at the speed of business!”
eSignature technology by Scriptel Corporation helps enterprise users do just that.
“The newest version of our mSign product improves the way our customers and enterprise partners do business now and into the future,” says Scriptel President & CEO Stephan Herron. “They’re looking to capture high-quality digital signatures; we’re looking to help them do that, in sensible and time-saving ways. That includes making sure our mSign software gets their businesses moving forward like never before.”
The changes allow for untethered, USB-/cord-free signing capabilities with added layers of protection built in. The new version of mSign will be available at the App Store for Apple, Google Play for Android, and Scriptel.com on Mar. 7, allowing business users to:
· Quickly sign up and get set to go mobile.
· Leverage smartphones’ existing capabilities.
· Enjoy secure, reliable, end-to-end encryption.
· Accept eSignatures in real time for improved UX.
· Expand in-house document management options.
Those with multiple devices to install are advised to download the “Enterprise” edition.
“mSign works with our software-integrated application programming interfaces (APIs) to facilitate wireless communication across public and private networks,” explains Steve Sedaker, Dir. of Strategic Marketing for Scriptel. “In a nutshell, it allows you to use your Android or iOS mobile device to perform functions like those enabled by our USB-connected signature capture pads—but without being tethered to a desktop.”