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Secured Signing Integrates Digital Signing into Google Drive

Published: Wed 1 Nov 2017 10:20 AM
Secured Signing Integrates Digital Signing into your Google Drive, Google Doc, One Drive, and Dropbox Collaboration Workflow
Auckland, New Zealand, 1 November 2017 – Secured Signing now offers enhanced integration with Google Drive, Google Doc, One Drive, and Dropbox. This provides the convenience of online signing with the security of PKI X.509 digital signatures as part of the collaboration workflow in your preferred cloud storage solution.
A range of enhancements for Secured Signing have been announced with a common collaborative theme, including sending documents for Secured Signing from Google Drive, and Goole Doc nominating Google Drive or One Drive, or Dropbox as the preferred cloud storage location for documents signed with Secured Signing and the sharing of Secured Signing folders with other users in the account or Enterprise Plan.
Secured Signing announces enhanced integration with Google Drive, One Drive, and Dropbox with signed document saved seamlessly to the popular collaboration and file sharing services. This announcement complements the Shared Folder capability to allow other users in a Secured Signing account or Enterprise Plan to track the signing progress of document in the shared folder. It is now a simple, no fuss matter to make digital signing part of your day to day collaboration workflow. As is typical for Secured Signing, the additional capabilities are available to all Secured Signing customers at no additional charge, increasing to the already excellent value for money offered.
Secured Signing customers now have access to a full round trip for Google Drive and Google Doc. Customers or suppliers can be invited to sign a document directly from Google Drive or Doc with all the convenience and security that Secured Signing provides. Connecting Secured Signing to Google Drive and Doc makes online digital signing part of the collaboration workflow meaning no one is being asked to waste their time and energy with old fashioned print, sign and scan.
Secured Signing customers can connect their Google Drive or One Drive or Dropbox account as the preferred cloud storage location for signed documents to complete the round trip. This means zero administrative effort to have signed documents saved directly to your preferred location. It means you'll always have your signed document to hand when it is required. Of course you have the option to share this folder to ensure your team and anyone else you choose, always have immediate access to the signed documents they need to see.
Shared Folders within Secured Signing are another way to collaborate within the signing process. Secured Signing users can choose to share a folder with one or more users within their account or Enterprise Plan. Everyone with access to the shared folder can see the progress of the documents from the Inbox, through to In Progress and Signed. It means everyone involved in the transaction knows where the process is at and ensures things don't get held up if one person in the team is away unexpectedly.
"The tools our customers have to collaborate with their colleagues, customers, suppliers and partners in the signing of forms and documents with Secured Signing are so powerful and convenient." says Mike Eyal, Founder and Managing Director of Secured Signing. "Providing the convenience of online signing with the security of PKI X.509 digital signatures as part of the collaboration workflow in your preferred cloud storage solution is a great outcome!"
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