#esignature best practice guide from Zylpha: If A Job's Worth eSigning, It's Worth eSigning Well…
Zylpha’s Free eSignature Management Guide Advocates A Best-Practice Only Approach.
A free eSignature Management Guide, from Zylpha (www.zylpha.com), is advocating that law firms pursue only Best Practice approaches when introducing the technology. The Guide highlights both the benefits of a full professional approach compared to the many pitfalls of attempting to cut corners.
The Management Guide identifies the main reasons for using eSignatures and provides an overview of how to choose which system is ideal for a particular practice’s needs. Also covered are the risk, compliance and reputational issues at stake; along with key aspects that should be considered when future proofing system investments.
Commenting on the guide, David Chapman Marketing Manager of Zylpha added, “Taking a chance on a half-hearted, lightweight approach is just not an option for many businesses who only want to use the very best, lowest-risk technology. These are systems that both stand the test of time and boost a practice’s reputation. However, in some cases a sheer lack of information is responsible for some organisations heading down the wrong road entirely, with disastrous consequences. In such cases, what sometimes looks like a cheaper option can ultimately prove to be an extremely costly error!
“This guide, therefore, endeavours to counter this ‘information gap’ and to point practices in the right direction. We are confident that it will prove extremely useful in itself but we are also happy to answer follow-up questions by email too.”
Commenting on the new guide, Jenny Ho, Sr. Product Marketing Manager of leading eSignature company Adobe noted, “It’s important that practices have all the key information when deciding on how to approach such a significant technology area. Zylpha’s Management Guide certainly covers some of the key questions and will no doubt assist in this process greatly.”
The Management Guide can be downloaded at http://www.zylpha.com/management-guide-electronic-signatures-in-legal-practices