Adobe Documents Now Safer Than Ever Before with EchoSign

June 26, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Adobe EchoSign electronic signature service is set to spruce up Adobe documents. With this service, users can completely avoid all kinds of conventional hard paper work.

The new method enables users to close deals quicker, and thus save time and costs simultaneously.

So from now on, the Adobe CDS certificate will ensure the integrity of all PDF files delivered from Adobe EchoSign. A Blue Certified Bar will be seen on Adobe reader and Acrobat which denotes the authenticity of the document.

The Adobe stamp assures the user of a document’s validity and will stand as  proof that the document has not been altered or tampered with in any way. This will certainly provide peace of mind to the users as trust and confidence will sparkle in his future deals.

Adobe has also added 3 more features to pump it up to the next level. First one is attachments option that lets users upload supporting documents and attach them to a contract sent for signature, creating a whole package of the deal.

These attached documents are also stored safely along with the signed document. Second one is termed the approver. This option will support Adobe EchoSign users to include Approvers in the document signing process.

Last, but not the least, is the Conditional Form Fields option. With this, users can define rules in a document to either show or hide form fields according to the data entered during signing.

EchoSign’s solution currently supports more than three million users worldwide. It was acquired by Adobe Systems Incorporated in 2011.

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