ImageSoft Announces New Electronic Signature Solution

Release of TrueSign 3.0




SOUTHFIELD -- ImageSoft Inc, an award-winning provider of document and process management solutions, Wednesday announced the latest release of TrueSign, its popular electronic signature solution.

TrueSign is an easy to use application that creates legally compliant electronic signatures. It is the electronic equivalent of physically signing a document and enables users to electronically sign or stamp a document in real time, eliminating the need to print, sign, and then rescan documents. TrueSign reduces paper, printing, and related costs, speeds the signing process, and improves efficiency.

The upgraded TrueSign 3.0 offers users the familiar interface of a ribbon toolbar and the ability to make permanent markups and annotations to documents, such as text, arrows, lines, stamps, and seals. Additionally, TrueSign 3.0 enables document redaction.

TrueSign is the first electronic signature solution to offer these features. The added functionality creates a more intuitive, productive signing experience. Judge Philip Rodgers, of the 13th Circuit Court in Grand Traverse County, attests to this. His court was first to use TrueSign 3.0.

Rodgers said, "The new version of TrueSign has a clean, user-friendly interface. It is easy to set preferences and to sign a variety of documents or to add permanent revisions to proposed orders, either by drawing lines through text, adding my own text, or even deleting an offending paragraph."

Adoption of TrueSign results in significant benefits, including reduced time to sign documents, increased ease and flexibility in signing off site or at distant locations, and greatly improved workflow efficiencies. TrueSign also increases the security and accuracy of the signing process by preventing the wrong person from accidentally signing a document and providing the ability to track and audit all document signatures.

 

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