Learn the difference between a digital and electronic signature
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What is a digital signature? Isn’t it the same as an electronic signature? In the ever-changing world of technology, it can certainty be confusing, but learning the difference is simple.
An electronic signature is an electronic symbol attached to a contract or other record, used by a person with an intent to sign. In contrast, digital signatures guarantee that an electronic document is authentic. What’s important to know is that both electronic and digital signatures are binding.
Here’s the best news: creating an electronic or digital signature is easy, simple and secure, thanks to DocuSign’s advanced digital transaction platform.
- Is used by many of the world’s largest enterprises
- Implements stringent standards for security and compliance, including Public Key Infrastructure (PKI)
- Automates document flow
- Increases transaction speed
- Reduces operational costs
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