Monday, February 5, 2007
Sigly's creates a standard method for legally collecting e-signatures online.
Brought to you by the folks at Numly, Sigly's purpose is to create a standard method for legally collecting e-signatures online. Using Numly's time stamping and verification services and Vouchor's identity 2.0 services as an optional measure of additional proof, Sigly can produce a non-reputable electronic signature service online.
How Does It Work?
Sigly links Numly numbered documents to e-signature transactions. It's simple to get started:
1) Register a document with Numly.
2) Click Request Signature to invite your signers.
3) Sigly will send out email invitations for signatures and record their time stamps with unique Numly Numbers upon signing. You will receive emails from Numly as signatures are registered. You will also be able to manage the signatures from your Numly portal.