CoSign Ensures Control and Security
Keeps your signed documents within your enterprise IT domain, never saving them on any external third- party servers.
Adapts to your existing processes, governance policies and SOPs, instead of forcing you to adopt rigid workflows.
Integrates with the user directories and enrollment methods that meet your user management and authentication requirements.
CoSign Enables Compliance
Complies with strict industry and governmental regulations including ESIGN, UETA, EU eIDAS regulation, VAT law, FDA 21 CFR Part 11, USDA, SOX, and many more.
Supplies easily verifiable proof of signer identity, signer intent and document integrity.
Offers signatures that can be validated by anyone at any time using widely available applications such as Microsoft Office or any PDF reader.
CoSign Delivers Low TCO & Rapid ROI
Puts you on the path to a rapid ROI by significantly reducing paper-related costs, decreasing document turnaround times, and improving efficiency.
Installs quickly and easily with minimal operational impact, followed up by less than 10 hours of IT maintenance work per year.
Offers multiple options and flexible licensing based on user volume and/or access and application requirements.
CoSign Provides Freedom of Choice
Works with the content authoring applications and file types you are already using, including Word, Excel, Outlook, PDF, PDF/A, InfoPath, TIFF, AutoCAD and many more.
Integrates directly into your existing document management and workflow automation systems, including SharePoint, OpenText, Oracle, Alfresco, Nintex, K2 and more.
Allows your users to sign wherever and whenever they need, whether at the office on their PC, at home on their tablet, or in the field using a mobile device.
A user edits a document and clicks the Sign button
Shhh... A document hash is calculated and securely sent to CoSign over SSL
Synchronization with the user directory
Digital Signing Keys
A digital signature is securely sent back to the application
The digital signature is embedded in the document, according to the standard, creating a digitally and graphically signed document