Legally-Binding Electronic Signatures with Docubee
The passage of the ESIGN (Electronic Signatures in Global and National Commerce) Act in 2000 helped legitimize contracts drafted and signed online by making them legally enforceable. However, organizations still need to be aware of certain guidelines and best practices to follow when creating, editing, and signing digital contracts. Several key factors need to be considered, including authenticity, security, intent, and more.
With our secure document automation platform, you can be confident that your electronic signatures are ESIGN Act and UETA compliant. In our whitepaper, Legally-Binding Electronic Signatures with Docubee, you’ll find commonly asked questions from our customers and see how we address these top concerns. Read the whitepaper to learn how Docubee can help you can get it right—and in writing.