White paper from Ken Moyle, the former CLO at DocuSign and one of the preeminent legal minds on e-signature:

To date, worldwide eSignature adoption has been driven by SaaS providers offering rapid deployment, measurable ROI and high customer satisfaction. However, SaaS implementations have in some ways become victims of their own success, leaving large gaps in their market due to their focus on remote transactions and hardware-agnostic, cloud-only delivery of eSignature services.

It is becoming clear that a combination of pen technology and SaaS signing may be the key to a complete electronic signature solution. Advances in pen technology have resulted in electronic records that capture biometric artifacts as well as transaction data, creating opportunities to fill usability and compliance gaps that online signing alone has been unable to address.

Elimination of handwriting need not be the goal of digital transformation, nor should the appropriate use of on-pre-mise tools be viewed as an admission that the SaaS model is somehow flawed. Physical handwriting continues to enjoy both ease of use for signers and perceived legitimacy by relying parties. Pen technology offers a natural and less complicated means of interacting at the point of sale, while capturing data that can be used effectively in a cloud-based deployment.

Cloud vendors and eSignature users should be open to the idea that even cloud-first applications will need to occa-sionally “touch ground” in order to provide a complete solution.

Download the white paper from K6Partners here: https://cursive.cloud

Namirial eSignAnyWhere integrated with a CRM core system: MS Dynamics

SENIGALLIA, Italy, August 3, 2017

Namirial, announced today it was named in Aragon Research's 2017 "Hot Vendors in Digital Transaction Management"(DTM) report, and recognized as a vendor with advanced biometric and identity verification capabilities.

According to the Aragon Research report, "Hot Vendors in Digital Transaction Management, 2017," Digital Transaction Management has become an imperative for enterprises that want to become fully digital. It provides one of the easiest transformations and has one of the largest impacts in an enterprise. eSignAnyWhere transforms slow, complex, costly, manual, paper based processes into frictionless, adaptable digital processes.

Luigi Tomasini, Namirial CEO, commented, "We are excited to be recognized as a Hot Vendor in DTM. Digital transformation is drastically changing how companies do business. Leveraging eSignAnyWhere and Namirial's other trust services, our clients eliminate their paper-based processes, improve organizational efficiency and compliance with KYC and AML regulations worldwide ."  

"Digital business is all about speed and flexibility. There are key shifts in business happening at the speed of digital that we have not experienced before," stated Jim Lundy, CEO, Lead Analyst, Aragon Research. "Enterprises that need a full set of electronic, biometric and digital signature capabilities should evaluate Namirial. In many industries, the need to go further to identify an individual before finalizing a transaction is becoming a critical issue."  

Each year, Aragon Research selects Hot Vendors across multiple markets that are doing something truly new or different. They may have new technology that expands capabilities, a new strategy that opens up markets, or just a new way of doing business that makes them worth evaluating. To read the Aragon Research "Hot Vendor Report" (URL).

For more information on Namirial's DTM solutions and Trust services, visit http://namirial.com

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