The GlobalSign digital signature service is integrated into the Adobe Document Cloud
April 1? 2018 the company GlobalSign announced on the accession to to the consortium Cloud Signature and the affiliate program Adobe Cloud Signature. Both agreements provide that the firm service of cloud signatures Digital Signing Service now directly integrated with the solution for signing documents Adobe Sign in the cloud Adobe Document Cloud.
Adobe Document Cloud is a complete set of solutions for working with digital documents, speeding up and simplifying business processes by transferring all paper work to digital protected space. This includes the services of Adobe Sign, Acrobat DC, web applications and mobile applications that work offline or are built into existing workflows. System is integrated. and works well with Microsoft programs, Salesforce, Workday, SAP Ariba, Dropbox and others, and the Adobe Sign service (now GlobalSign) is the preferred service for signing documents in Microsoft applications.
advantages of cloud service before own platform of digital signatures , which is created inside the organization. In both cases, the signature system is built into the internal workflow of the organization, but in the first case such integration is much easier. Ready-built embedding tools and APIs make it easy to include workflows for electronic signing into existing corporate applications and sign-up systems.
In the Adobe cloud, you can create, edit and comment on documents from any device, including through a browser. The built-in service of electronic signatures is exactly what is needed for an efficient paperless workflow in an organization. Here are just some of the features available when subscribing to Acrobat Standard DC or Adobe Acrobat Pro DC:
Combine multiple files into one PDF.
Convert PDF documents to editable Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, or RTF files.
Use the camera of a mobile device to capture a paper document and convert it to PDF.
Sending, tracking, monitoring and saving of signed documents thanks to the built-in service of electronic signatures Adobe Sign - replacement of ordinary signatures.
Tracking and confirmation of receipt of documents - instead of courier delivery of customized paper letters.
Editing PDF documents on iPad.
100 GB storage for documents.
The transition to paperless technology assumes that different organizations exchange documents among themselves in standard formats and trust each other's digital signatures. It is very important to work out common standard rules. Founded by Adobe in 201? consortium Cloud Signature Is an international group of experts representing the industry and academia. The task is to develop a new, open standard for digital signatures from mobile devices and via the web.
The open standard of digital signatures will facilitate the lives of companies and organizations that are now subject to regulatory requirements for digital signatures such as eIDAS, which differ in different regions of the world.
Perhaps, thanks to open standards and cloud platforms, organizations can still come close to the long-standing goal of electronic document management, which is saves a lot of money for companies and increase the effectiveness of their work. According to IDC research, the disconnected processes of working with documents negatively affect all aspects of the business. Now more than 80% of documents are processed in paper form. Often, documents have to be repeatedly translated from electronic to paper and back, especially when the document requires a signature. At the same time, time is lost, and for office workers, more than a third of the working time instead of the main work is spent on administrative processes.
Integration of the GlobalSign digital signature service into the cloud Adobe Document Cloud means seamless integration with Adobe Sign. Thus, organizations using Adobe Sign easily receive GlobalSign certificates (after proper verification) and create signatures that automatically gain trust on the Adobe Sign platform. This simplifies the management of signatures and the exchange of documents with other organizations.