April 24, 2018 – Senigallia, Italy / Belgrade, Serbia – Namirial, leading provider of Digital Transaction Management (DTM) software and specialist for digital handwritten signature software installed on more than 375.000 workplaces worldwide, announced today the general availability of Namirial pads NT 10011 and NT 10012 for reading, completing and signing documents on screen with a signing experience as close to paper as possible. The new Namirial pads can be seen and tested at Technobank banking conference in Belgrade today and tomorrow at booth of Namirial partner ITSistemi.

The devices are designed for all locations where digital signatures meet digital signage: when not in use for signing, organizations can advertise their services via images and videos. While NT 10011 is a classic stylus-operated signature pad, NT 10012 comes with touchscreen capabilities. Both are designed to support digital transformation at the POS in banking, telco, retail, public services and health services and offer outstanding value for money.

These new 10.1-inch screen signature pads complement the broad range of signature pads and pen displays of various sizes sold and supported by Namirial – in particular Wacom pads, as well as a broad range of tablets and smartphones. Namirial is offering the broadest device support for handwritten biometric signature capturing including the option for automatic signature verification for data captured using various device types, all officially certified in its labs.

Luigi Tomasini, Namirial CEO: “We have designed these pads to integrate our experience in capturing Hundreds of Millions of handwritten signatures using Namirial e-signature solutions. We put a dedicated emphasis on usability, ergonomics and evidential weight of captured signature data. Hence these pads come in a modern flat design and allow flexible positioning in landscape and portrait modes. Signature data is captured with a high sample rate and transmitted to e-signature software running on the desktop system or as a cloud service using strong RSA/AES encryption.”

Namirial pads also carry the Xyzmo trademark, reflecting the heritage trademark of the 2015 acquired Austrian company with the same name. Shipment of new Namirial signature pads will start in August 2018.

For technical details and pricing information on Namirial pads and Namirial digital transaction management solutions, contact Namirial sales at contacts@namirial.com

Left to right – BackRalph Maute (Principal Solution Consultant), Irina Kulakova (Senior Solution Consultant), Joerg Lenz (Director Marketing and Public Relations Namirial Group); FrontJohannes Leser (Managing Director Namirial Deutschland GmbH) and Antonio Taurisano (Managing DirectorNamirial Deutschland GmbH and General Manager for Digital Transaction Management NamirialGroup)


SENIGALLIA, Feb. 15, 2018 –  Namirial Group, global leader in Digital Transaction Management (DTM) solutions, has established a new subsidiary  in Germany, Namirial Deutschland GmbH, to accelerate the adoption of the company’s solution for identification, authentication and electronic signature. The office is the 20th location of the Namirial Group. Millions of users are esigning every day with Namirial solutions.

Namirial has recruited an initial team of seasoned sales, business development and marketing executives. It is headed by Johannes Leser, who has joined as Managing Director together with Antonio Taurisano, who is also General Manager for Digital Transaction Management of NamirialGroup. Also in the team are Irina Kulakova as Senior Solution Consultant, Ralph Maute as Principal Solution Consultant and Joerg Lenz as Director Marketing and Public Relations. This initial team has a combined experience of more than 60 years in digital transaction management solutions. Their new office will be located in the Stuttgart region.

Claudio Gabellini and Enrico Giacomelli, founders and owners of Namirial Group, comment: “Since 2014 the eIDAS Regulation has tremendously propelled our European business. Our customer base  in Germany and several neighbouring countries is growing at fast pace. Our new subsidiary is a natural response to increasing demand in our solutions and part of our long term sustainable growth strategy. Our latest expansion follows a very successful 2017, highlighted by the successful launch of our digital end-to-end customer onboarding solution including live video identification for remote users.”

Antonio Taurisano explains: “We are excited to have a strong and experienced team engaging with our customers, partners and prospects and guide them in their digital transformation journey. The eIDAS regulation provides a bunch of new options to design processes which are both cost-effective and user-friendly throughout all channels. Efficient customer onboarding and contracting processes are top priorities in many organizations. eIDAS compliant qualified certificates are a must have in many B2C use cases and we can cover all requirements for trustworthy and compliant digital transaction management.”

Johannes Leser adds: “Paper is still clogging way to much business processes. We are very excited to support Namirial customers and partners with our skills and experience in processes, technologies and industries to get paper out of their workflows in a trustworthy manner and provide compelling signature experience. Namirial is providing the platform to keep these processes flexible, in particular the security related identification and authentication of their users.”

By Jim Lundy

(Aragon Research) – In 2017, Apple launched its long-awaited iPad Pro 10.5 device, a smaller version of the iPad Pro 12″ inch unit it launched in 2016. Aragon’s take is that many Sales organizations are missing an opportunity with either the Apple iPad or the alternative Google-based tablets or Microsoft Surface Pros. One of the reasons for this is the rise of mobile-friendly Sales Engagement Platform tools. This blog discusses some of the advantages of using both to drive Sales Productivity.

Tablets for Sales organizations make sense for customer-facing Sales Executives. They offer the advantage of nearly zero setup time for presentations and detailing, which is why they are ideal for sales calls that have a short duration. They also have much longer battery life, allowing a sales professional to work all day without connecting to power. Finally, the quality of the display means that a high-quality interactive presentation can be delivered to a prospect. These things combined, speed, battery life, and display quality are just some of the reasons to leverage for tablets for Sales.

The key thing for 2018 for Sales is to evaluate and then conduct a pilot to see if tablets will work for you and your sales organization. As a data point, Aragon did a Sales tablet pilot in 2017 and it went very well.

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