By Joan Honig, DocuWare: Your signature is required! You might be certifying that you’ve accepted the terms of a agreement, applying for a passport or giving your child permission to go on a field trip. Chances are you won’t be appearing in person, putting pen to paper and signing with a flourish. This blog post will explain when this type of signature is necessary, explore the types of electronic signatures that can replace it and explain when each one is used.

  1. What is a wet signature?
    2. The limitations of wet signatures
    3. What is an electronic signature?
    4. Are an electronic and digital signature the same?
    5. The 3 types of electronic signatures 
    5.1 What is a simple signature?
    5.2 What is an advanced signature?
    5.3 What is a qualified signature?
    6. US laws governing the use of electronic signatures
    7. How e-signatures can be combined with automated workflows
    8. Benefits of using electronic signature

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