DocuSign complies with the Federal Electronic Signature Act
According to the U.S Federal Electronic Signature (ESIGN) Act, an electronic signature is a symbol logically related with a contract, implemented by an individual having the intent to sign the contract.
To be qualified as an electronic signature by the U.S Federal Electronic Signature Act, a system should either:
- Make a graphic or textual statement which is added to a single record, indicating that it was implemented with an electronic signature
- Maintain an associated record showing the procedure with which the signature was created
DocuSign warrants federal Electronic Signature Act compliance. It offers a secure platform to sign, send, store, and track documents on the cloud.
Use DocuSign to experience:
- Maximum security assurance (SSAE 16, ISO 27001)
- Powerful transaction management on a cloud-based platform with 99.9% uptime
- International capacity to eSign in 44 languages
- Multitiered support offerings
DocuSign’s innovative eSignature is legally enforceable and permissible. To learn more, sign up for a 30-day free trial.