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Using ARX’s CoSign to Digitally Sign PDF Documents [VIDEO]

Digitally signing documents is easier than you might think. It’s also much faster than having to print, sign, and scan them. And, of course, there’s a significant cost-savings for companies that frequently mail and store hardcopy documents. A product like CoSign can be a great solution for companies, especially those in highly-regulated industries that require strict controls around electronic records.

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The video above demonstrates just how easy it is to digitally sign documents. I’ve also outlined the steps below:

  1. Log into the CoSign application via any browser.
  2. Open your document in the application.
  3. Locate the blue signature field on the document and drag it to the desired location.
  4. Click [Sign].
  5. Select the graphical signature you want to use.
  6. Enter your password and click [Apply].
  7. Click [Done].

It’s that easy.

CoSign enables quick and easy signings of PDF, Word, Excel and may other types of files. It can be integrated with a whole host of solutions, such as content, contract, and document management systems, portals, and industry-specific software. If you’re in the midst of evaluating electronic or digital signature solutions, I highly recommend seeing if CoSign meets your needs. Since it meets strict regulatory requirements set by the FDA (21 CFR Part 11), our own life sciences practice uses it. How’s that for a testimonial?!

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