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.
- 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