New York, New York City – January 29, 2018 – The wait is over. After extensive beta-tests, KeepSolid Sign comes to stores in a full version. KeepSolid has been collecting users feedback and implementing the most sought-after features since its beta-launch. Now this eSignature software is ready to help small and medium business owners to go paperless. KeepSolid Sign is an app that allows users remotely sign any kind of document with just a finger, being free from paper chase, and minimizing possible misunderstandings and errors.
It starts as easy as importing documents from Google Drive, Dropbox, iCloud Drive, Evernote, Finder, or Storage. Then these document can be shared and signed in minutes. The app allow to manage the signing order, specify relevant access rights, and add comments to set the record straight. Annotations, like initials, date, notes, and checkmarks, are also available.
Any changes made to the documents won't go unnoticed as the software will send a notification on each. Users can also easily check the status - sent, waiting for signature, or completed - of the agreement in the app.
Another significant feature is encryption. KeepSolid Sign protects all documents with random keys and the AES+RSA encryption combination. While the AES-256 allows to quickly encrypt data, the RSA ensures a secure key exchange so that no one can compromise the decryption keys. Moreover, the encrypted users' data is not stored in one place, but distributed over several servers without the possibility of its partial or full interpretation. This means that even when some parties intercept your data, they will not be able to restore, decrypt, and aggregate it.
KeepSolid Sign is available on Windows, macOS, iOS, Android, and as a web version. Users can try it free for 14 days. After the trial period a subscription is required. Plans start at $6.66 per user per month for an annual Big Team subscription, or $7.99 per month for an annual Personal subscription.
When: Today, January 29, 2018
More information: https://www.keepsolid.com/sign/
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