Secured Signing Provides Free Digital Signature with Certificate for Document Signing
Tuesday, 10 July 2012
Secured Signing, Market Leader of PKI Digital Signature in the Cloud Offers its Users
Free Account and Digital ID for Secure and Compliant Online Signing.
Secured Signing service today announced the availability of its new Free Account
apparatus. This beneficial customer-focused, simple to use tool, allows anyone from
everywhere, at anytime to sign or invite others to sign up to three online documents
per month, free of charge. Implementation of this valuable option enables new and
existing customers to repeatedly experience the advantages of a secure, legally
binding, globally successful online signing solution.
In today’s cloud business environment, companies are looking for an economical,
yet reliable, system. Secured Signing’s service meets both criteria. The User-Based
PKI digital signature
technology guarantees customers’ confidence with its user’s unique certificate (Digital
ID), sealing of signed document, tracking reports, and detection of any changes
made after the document is signed.
"Secured Signing’s Free Account option provides any type of business with an easy
access to a very secure and advanced technology at no cost,” said Mike Eyal, Managing
Director, Secured Signing. “This offer is another testimony to Secured Signing’s
ongoing commitment to provide a quality customer service and world-class system
that enhances streamlined and efficient business processes while it delivers immediate
As a powerful turnkey solution, customers who require the signing of more documents
are able to upgrade their free account to a full account with just the click of
a mouse! In addition, like all Secured Signing’s users, they have access to a wide
variety of products and features including API’s functionality, online fill-in and
signing of forms, use of Smartphone and Tablet devices, and many more that integrate
seamlessly into their operational infrastructure while supplying the last step of
a truly paperless process.
Companies interested in opening a free account with Secured Signing should visit
the Secured Signing Free Account page.