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Overall, e-signatures save companies time by automating and accelerating the document signing process, reducing manual effort, improving visibility and tracking, enabling remote signing, and enhancing compliance measures.
Overall, e-signatures offer businesses across various sectors a secure, efficient, and compliant way to manage document workflows, enhance customer experiences, and accelerate decision-making processes.
Discover how eZsign e-signatures streamline Canadian automotive and recreational vehicle dealerships, increasing deals signed, boosting efficiency and customer satisfaction.
Flattening a PDF involves merging or embedding all the document's elements into a single layer, including e-signatures. Once flattened, the PDF becomes a static image, making individual elements inaccessible for validation.
The next wave of changes under Law 25 (Bill 64) take effect on September 22, 2023 and will have a big impact on how Canadian companies protect personal information.
E-signatures are eliminating useless paperwork for students and educators across Canada. Make your school better by taking your signing processes digital.
A Saskatchewan judge found that a “thumbs-up” emoji counts as a signature on a contract. Learn what this means for your business.
Is your Canadian electronic signature solution as reliable as it claims? Learn what questions to ask to make sure you won’t have any trouble proving your signatures are authentic.