Digitally Sign and Secure PDF Documents
Moving from paper-based to electronic document workflows increases productivity and reduces costs, but can also increase the risk of document forgery or tampering. Organizations need a solution that offers their electronic documents the same assurance of origin and integrity as a wet ink signature provides a physical document.
Using PDF Signing to certify and add approval signatures to the document is the electronic equivalent of adding a notarized, wet ink signature. A certified document assures the recipient that the document is authentic, comes from a verified source, and has not been tampered with. Approval signatures expedite an organization's approval procedure by capturing the electronic approvals made by individuals or departments and embedding them within the actual PDF.
As a member of both Adobe’s Certified Document Services (CDS) and Approved Trust List (AATL), GlobalSign PDF Signing Certificates are compatible with Adobe Acrobat/Reader 8.0+ (certificates from AATL-only providers are compatible with Adobe Acrobat/Reader 9.0+). AATL certificates can also be used to digitally sign Microsoft Office documents.
With GlobalSign's PDF Signing solution you can:
The implementation of GlobalSign’s PDF Signing solution has been deemed a huge success. Just the other day a partner signed a 150-page document that was immediately delivered to a client in minutes instead of days.Michael Furgang,
Application Services Manager, CHA
By combining a physical token and a password to protect access, GlobalSign’s PDF Signing solution delivers both security and convenience to end users.Anthony McKinney,
President and CEO, Euthymics Bioscience
Sales agents can produce digitally signed, timestamped documents instantly from the road. The turnaround time from policy application to issuance has been reduced significantly.Stuart Smith,
SVP Information Systems, Columbian Mutual Life Insurance