By Lance Shaw on Oct 01, 2013
A digital signature is basically a way to ensure that an electronic document (e-mail, spreadsheet, text file, etc.) is authentic. Authentic means that you know who created the document and you know that it has not been altered in any way since that person created it. For many document workflows and processes, guaranteeing authenticity is critical and in many cases, it is required for compliance purposes. Organizations are increasingly investing in Enterprise Content Management and Business Process Management automation to enhance their operations, increase efficiencies and ensure compliance, not to mention the hopes of cutting costs. Unfortunately unless they are also implementing a compliant and standards based digital signature solution that is integrated into the enterprise, their overall ROI on these investments is greatly reduced due to the inefficiencies of having to print, sign, and scan signature-dependent documents.
Our friends at ARX and Bezzotech have focused their expertise in this area and are hosting a webcast on Thursday of this week, in conjunction with the IOUG, to educate and inform you about the value of adding digital signatures to documents or other files within WebCenter Content.
Be sure to join them for "E-Signatures in Oracle WebCenter Content" on Thursday, October 3, 2013 12:00 PM- 1:00 PM CST. You can register for the event by clicking this link. You can also learn more at http://www.arx.com/ and http://bezzotech.com/.