ePad Capture of Handwritten Graphical Signature

(PR.co.nz) Secured Signing Digital Signature in the Cloud Release Version 2.0.

The new version of the digital signatures cloud computing service provides enhanced features such as ePad capture of handwritten graphical signature with iPhone, iPad, iPod, and Android phones.

Secured Signing, the sole PKI User Base legally binding digital signature online service, has released version 2.0. The latest version includes new tools for capturing graphical signatures, support for more file types, and more.

With the new release, Secured Signing now offers users the ability to capture their handwritten graphical signature with mobile devices iPhone, iPad, iPod, and Android phone in addition to the Font, PC Mouse, Upload signature images and Fax options, allowing greater flexibility with the assurance of digital signature technology that keeps the signed document sealed and secure. The Secured Signing version 2.0 release also supports new file formats of signature images and cropping tools that cater for different users’ needs that now include: JPG, BMP, PNG, DOC, DOCX, and PDF files.

“We are very excited about the extension of the graphical signature capturing tools and the support for additional file types in this latest release”, says Mike Eyal, Managing Director, Secured Signing Ltd. “These enhancements are a reflection of our well established product strategy delivering a quality, up to date service in response to our customers’ business needs.”

About Secured Signing

Secured Signing provides a comprehensive and secure web-based digital signature service that delivers a full range of signing capabilities combining advanced PKI technology, with an easy to use, simple to deploy, compliant solution. Secured Signing is the only user-based trusted digital signature service that enables businesses and individuals to capture their graphical signature, sign and seal documents, and verify them anywhere, anytime, on their desktop.

For more information please visit www.securedsigning.co.nz.

Media Release 16 December 2010.