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How to sign a PDF with Esignature


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The first time I needed to sign a PDF electronically, I had just gotten my lease for my new apartment. I didn’t know that I could securely and legally sign documents online. But a friend recommended , an online software that enables users to sign, edit and modify PDF documents easily online. I decided to do some of my own research before starting I started looking at other online solutions. I checked out Adobe Reader, but it doesn’t allow you to edit PDFs and Adobe Acrobat pro costs $499. I continued my search and found less expensive software, but it required an installation. I did not want to install the program just to use it once and let it take up space in my drive. I did find a few online solutions but they were short on features. seemed to be the best option for me. On I can upload PDFs, docs, and powerpoints, and modify, edit and sign them all online. I only needed five minutes to upload, edit and send the PDF file to the leasing office. I thought it would be a good idea to share my experience with you in any case you end up facing the same problem. This slideshare includes some basic comparisons of solutions to the problem of modifying and filling out forms and documents online.

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How to sign a PDF with Esignature

  1. 1. E How to sign a PDF online. Make the most out of
  2. 2. Types of signatures Digital signature E-signature The term digital signature refers to the encryption / decryption technology used as the foundation for a variety of security, e-business and e-commerce products “An electronic sound, symbol, or process attached to, or associated with, a contract or other record and adopted by a person with the intent to sign a record.”
  3. 3. Today technology empowers those who want to expediently close legally compliant business deals; customers can sign on the “virtual dotted line” in the blink of an eye. It s easier to Sign using E-signatures
  4. 4. E-SIGN Act The Electronic Signatures in Global and National Commerce Act (“E-Signature Act”) became effective in the US on October 1, 2000. The 1999/93/EC Directive on Electronic Signatures was signed in December 1999 to establish a common framework for electronic signatures
  5. 5. Paper evolution From complex……. ………To simple
  6. 6. The use of E-signatures in enterprises
  7. 7.  Improve sales performance and reduced revenue cycle: shorten contract signature cycles from weeks to days or even hours. Sales reps can sign customers while on the phone, increasing closing rates dramatically; in addition streamlined visibility across the sales, and finance departments also improves operational efficiency.  Improve compliance and governance: thousands of employees can sign on-boarding documents, performance plans, benefits and T&E requests in minutes; laggards are easily spotted and are sent reminders reducing the risk of non-compliance.  Channel efficiency: reduce the operational overhead to manage hundreds or thousands of partners with secure e-signatures for certification and training documents, partner program agreements, requests for market development funds (MDF) documents, and non- disclosure agreements. Importance of E-signatures
  8. 8. A few words about Security Security is always top of mind when organizations consider moving their signing processes online. User Authentication Document Authentication Process Authentication
  9. 9. Product Solutions Solutions are provided in the following platforms: Dedicated On- Premises E-Signature Solution Dedicated Cloud service Shared cloud service
  10. 10. Dedicated on-premises E-signature solution Up-front investment and dedicated IT resources Flexibility and control provided by the system.  Fully configurable and customizable to the organization’s unique brand, business process, compliance and IT requirements Complete control over where the servers are located and data is stored Precise costs over time
  11. 11. Dedicated cloud service Enables organizations to configure the service to their requirements and seamlessly integrate e-signatures into their processes and systems. The cost and provisioning of the servers, hardware and software falls to the service or solution provider. Up-front time and cost savings for the organization. The elasticity of this pricing model may offer cost-savings, especially for organizations whose peak volumes occur during specific weeks or months of the year.
  12. 12. Shared Cloud Service  The fastest time- to-market at the lowest barrier to entry because the signing processes come ready to go, right out of the ‘virtual’ box Service shares the same server, user interface, signing process, and storage device Documents must be manually uploaded and prepared for e-signing and filled in by the person originating the signing process
  13. 13. Product alternatives Dedicated On-Premises E-Signature Solution Dedicated Cloud service Shared cloud service
  14. 14. Why I like PDFfiller I can access my business account from my PC, mobile, tablet I can edit and collaborate with my colleagues I can SIGN, send to sign write on, type I don’t need more than three steps…….
  15. 15. Upload a file Instant Quick Smart
  16. 16. SIGN An array of tools allows you to sign your document
  17. 17. This may be your last task before…. … Share your work.
  18. 18. Easy to try for small businesses Risk free, money back guarantee Ensured security See what 100,000 customers say about PDFfiller e=web&utm_medium=slideshare&ut m_campaign=signppt