Notarius is delighted to announce that eScribe has chosen ConsignO Cloud, our trusted digital signature platform, to be integrated with the eScribe meeting platform. The partnership will allow for the automated approval and application of secure digital signatures inline as part of eScribe’s pre-meeting process.
‘’We are thrilled to count eScribe among our long list of clients. Using the digital signature solution will significantly increase their productivity and reduce these paper-related inefficiencies.’’ announced Claude Charpentier, CEO at Notarius. ‘’This partnership clearly shows that eScribe is a forward thinking and innovative company that makes conscious efforts to stay atop of its industry’’.
“Our customers have been asking for a secure digital signature solution for a long time, but up to this point the costs for many were prohibitive.” added eScribe’s founder and CEO Robert Treumann. “Given the fact that customers can also use their Notarius solution for other electronic signature needs across the organization, in many cases we are able to lower their overall cost/signature with our additional volume.”
A leading expert in electronic signatures, digital signatures, and long-term document reliability since 1998, Notarius is the only Canadian firm that issues trusted signatures recognized by Adobe (Adobe Approved Trust List – AATL) and eIDAS (electronic IDentification Authentication and trust Services). Notarius’ digital signature solutions are currently recognized and used by more than 30 professional associations across Canada, allowing thousands of professionals to sign and authenticate electronic documents with the same legal value as hand-signed paper documents.
Founded in 2007, eScribe is a leading North American provider of secure cloud-based paperless meeting management software solutions and has become the go-to choice of public sector boards, committees and councils looking to boost transparency, stakeholder participation, meet evolving accessibility standards and improve organizational efficiency.