Essential Guide to eSignatures (USA) – What is an Electronic Signature?
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What’s included in the Essential Guide?
- What is an Electronic Signature?
- ESignature Legality in the US (eSign & UETA Act compliancy)
- Signable’s Security Protocols
- What the Signable Platform Looks Like
- Testimonials from our Customers
- Pricing Breakdown
What is an Electronic Signature, Really?
For the uninitiated, the simplest way to describe an electronic signature is that they are the digital version of a paper-based method of signing signatures, on an electronic document.
They’re interchangable in nearly every situation a handwritten or ‘wet’ signature is valid for. However they benefit from increased security and allow documents to be signed anywhere in the world, within seconds.
It’s safe to say eSignatures are on their way to being the most commonly accepted way to sign documents; “In 2020, the global digital signature market size reached $2.8 billion. It is projected to grow to $14.1 billion by 2026 (MarketsandMarkets, 2020)”.