Complimentary E-Signature Crash Course

Electronic signatures are no longer a cutting-edge technology, but are you new to e-signatures?

Join e-SignLive's team of experts on August 11th as they walk you through a live demo, and answer the most common questions.

If you are just beginning to investigate e-signatures for your organization, or if you are new to an e-signature project team, join us on Tuesday, August 11, at 2:00pm for a free webcast that will help you quickly get up to speed on this strategic technology.

In this information-packed 60-minute presentation, we will provide an overview of the basic terminology, concepts and laws related to electronic signatures and answer the most frequently asked questions on the topic including:

‘E-Signatures 101’

Held: Tuesday, August 11, 2015

This webinar is no longer available

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  • What is the difference between an electronic signature and a digital signature?
  • How can you prove who e-signed?
  • What legal and compliance requirements do we need to consider?
  • What ROI metrics have others reported?
  • What do signers need in order to e-sign?
  • How do we get started? What's the cost? What's the effort?

Don't miss this rare opportunity to hear how your peers are leveraging electronic signatures to transform their business.

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Featured Presenters

David Bocek
Solution Architect
e-SignLive by Silanis

Pat Albert
Business Development
e-SignLive by Silanis

About Silanis

Silanis is the world's leading electronic signature provider. Since the company was founded in 1992, our software has automated business transactions that require secure, compliant and enforceable e-signatures. Recognized as the enterprise market leader, we are responsible for processing more than 600 million e-signed transactions annually – more than any other e-signature vendor. These transactions represent billions of dollars worth of regulated business processes taking place 24/7 around the globe, from insurance applications and consumer loans to federal procurement contracts. Visit for more information.