GMO Sign is a cloud-based signing solution that simplifies and streamlines traditional paper-based approvals. In just 5 easy steps, you can sign documents easily.
Most companies are used to signing paper documents, but GMO Sign has paved a way for a more streamlined, convenient, and advanced document signing method. In almost all countries, an electronically/digitally signed document has the same legal validity as a written document. And since documents are stored in the cloud, companies not only save cost, but also time in terms of storing and searching for signed documents. You can easily navigate through documents using the advanced built-in search features that allows you to organize and sort documents in a structured filing system.
With GMO Sign, it is easier to have your documents quickly signed, safely sent and securely stored, so you can focus on other tasks at hand. Plus, you can save time and costs by limiting the need for paper documents, printing supplies, and maintenance. Forget about manually signing, filing, and deploying numerous paper documents that takes days to complete. With GMO Sign, you can sign your documents with just a few clicks!
In A Nutshell
GlobalSign offers three main digital signing options for a secure and economical document signing process. These are AATL, DSS, and GMO Sign.
As a summary, all three document signing solutions work hand-in-hand to provide you with the most robust service and ensure that the documents you send over digitally are deployed faster, saving you from inconveniences that come with traditional ink-and-paper method without compromising safety and security.
All three meet the fundamental requirements of a secure document signing process and electronic document workflows.
Ready to jumpstart your productivity with our document signing process? Request for a demo today! Click here for more information about AATL, DSS, and GMO Sign. For more information about our company and the products we offer, you may visit our website, or check out our product list for enterprises and Internet of Things (IoT). For more blog updates, click here.