DocVerify has released the new WebHook feature that allows users to instantly update the status of their electronic signatures on documents to any remote website. This innovative, powerful feature operates by doing a simple GET or a POST directly to any URL using WebHooks the moment a signer creates a new signature document, views a signature document or signs a document, once the document has completed the signature process.
A WebHook is a contract management tool that provides users with valuable information as soon as it happens, which means no more waiting to find out the status of e-signatures or having to pull the data. Users are able to register their own URL and then extend, customize and integrate that application with their own custom extensions or other applications on the World Wide Web.
According to DocVerify, “It’s very simple. After the system has been activated, you simply enter the URL of the page where you have set it up to receive DocVerify’s GETs or POSTSs, and the instant a signer performs an action, such as viewing an e-sign document or completing an e-signature document, your page is instantly notified of the update. This allows you to quickly update the information on your own site without the need of constantly having to pull the data from DocVerify for status updates.
In addition, DocVerify’s new webhook feature is also designed to work in coordination with DocVerify’s voice signature system, not only the e-sign system. Once the user has set up the URL, each time a new voice signature document is created, a voice signature is requested, a call is answered, verified or recorded, the URL is immediately updated.
DocVerify’s new WebHook feature offers vital help for any contract management or document management needs, ensuring instant notification of electronic signatures and more.
DocVerify a leader in secure online electronic signature technologies has partnered with Ingram Micro, the largest technology distributor in the world to deliver DocVerify’s services in the cloud.
The partnership with Ingram Micro will enable VAR’s and resellers to utilize and resell one of the most secure electronic signature systems on the market with one of the most user friendly systems from a signers point of view.
DocVerify has announced the release of their powerful new Easy Sign System, designed to allow website owners the ability to integrate electronic signatures into their sites with no programming or HTML knowledge required. This offers website owners searching for a complete answer to their contract management or document management needs a simple, powerful, effective solution.
The new Easy Sign System is designed to work with any website, and requires no HTML or coding knowledge from the website owner. According to DocVerify, “Easy Sign has been designed to work inside of any IFrame, giving the electronic signature requestor full control of embedding it anywhere within their own websites. You can even control the IFrame’s look and feel.”
Thanks to the simple, easy customization offered by this electronic signature solution, website owners can offer an enhanced experience to their users as well as adding more aesthetic appeal.
DocVerify states, “If there is a page on any remote website that requires users to sign NDAs, the website can have the DocVerify Easy Sign system as part of the process in an IFrame directly in their site. When the IFrame is loaded, DocVerify instantly creates a new document and the signer electronically signs the document directly from within the website, which not only enhances the user’s ultimate experience without add any additional steps, but will also add a major “wow” factor to any site.”
This e-sign solution is the ideal answer to contract management and document management needs. It’s also simple and easy to integrate. Website owners only need to sign up for DocVerify, request to have the Easy Sign System activated and then enter the URL from the IFrame – DocVerify does the rest.
DocVerify, the provider of industry-leading digital signature and electronic signature solutions, has released new phone-based verification and voice recording tools that offer better security and identity validation.
DocVerify has released the first of its kind for any electronic signature and digital signature provider, powerful new tools designed to enhance security and provide advanced authenticity via phone verification and voice recording. These work hand-in-hand with the company’s electronic signature and digital signature process and result in legally binding contracts and documents for non-repudiation.
Signature requestors are able to enjoy significant benefits here, and individuals can also enjoy enhanced security from the chance of identity theft. The phone verification product works very simply, and provides the benefits only an electronic signature can offer.
Signature requestors are able to request verification of phone numbers through either SMS or through an automated phone system before the user is allowed to continue with the signing process. With an SMS notification, the user simply inputs their phone number, and. they will then receive a secret code via SMS.
This code must be input into a text field on the website, so that the user and the phone can be connected for better authenticity and security. With the phone-based verification system, users simply input either their mobile number or a direct landline number. DocVerify’s automated system calls the number supplied, and asks for the secret code that appears on their screen. Once the code has been accepted, the user must repeat a phrase or state their name, which is recorded.
The voice is recorded and attached to the legally binding document as an electronic signature. In addition to the digital signature and electronic signature this ensures that the document is legal, and it also ensures that the person using the phone is the person in question, thereby reducing the potential for fraud and identity theft.
With the power of DocVerify’s electronic signature products like the new advanced phone verification and voice recording system, the problem of fraud, identity, and authenticity can be reduced.