New York, New York City – October 16, 2017 – Today KeepSolid, the company known for its security and productivity solutions, presents the launch of a beta version of e-signing app, KeepSolid Sign, on Mac, iOS, Android, and an alfa version on Windows. The app is available at absolutely no cost now.
With the world becoming more digital each day, e-signature is another step towards efficiency and productivity. KeepSolid Sign allows you to remotely sign any kind of document with just a finger, being free from paper chase, and minimizing possible misunderstandings and errors.
You can import documents from Google Drive, Dropbox, iCloud Drive, Evernote, Finder, or Storage. Then share these documents and get them signed in minutes. The app allow you to manage the signing order, to specify relevant access rights, and to add comments to set the record straight. Except digital signature, users can add annotations, like initials, date, notes, and checkmarks.
Users will get notifications on any changes that were made to documents and the information on their statuses, whether they are being sent, waiting for signature, or completed.
About the app:
KeepSolid Sign is the perfect tool that will meet all your needs regarding digital signing process. Simply import necessary documents in PDF from your device or cloud, insert your signature, and share it with other participants.
No more hassle with printing a document out, signing it, scanning, and sending to other signers. With KeepSolid Sign, you are able to work more efficiently than ever before. It is a very handy, convenient, and easy-to-use tool that has a great number of useful features to accurately manage the whole signing process.
Still rely on a fragile paper? Make your life much easier and safer with KeepSolid Sign. The app allows you to sign and send any documents in a timely manner. It is the right time to say goodbye to a print-and-scan practice.
More information: https://www.keepsolid.com/sign/
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