Designed to meet the needs of global organizations, Certinal provides a compelling alternative to 1st generation e-signature products. Customer experience powered by Cognitive Assistance, a robust identity hub to meet e-governance mandates, and compliance with nuanced local regulations are the key reasons for making the email@example.com.
Monday, January 10, 2022: Certinal (HQ: Wilmington, Delaware) announces the launch of an intelligent signature solution that will power Digital Transaction Management at global organizations in the coming years—now deployed with leading large enterprises across the USA, Europe, APAC, and Australian markets, including Nissan, Graphic Packaging International, JEA, Brookdale Senior Living, Kajima Overseas Asia Pte. Ltd, IOOF ltd., and many more, Certinal is a proven platform and will be of interest to organizations looking to move to digital signatures at an enterprise level.
The history of 1st generation e-signature products is rife with patchwork solutions for local legal compliance that either compromise on customer experience or become commercially unviable in the long run with pay-per-sign models. “With Certinal, you get the sophistication of a global solution with local trust and compliance. Switching to Certinal will prove to be a game-changer. Digital transformation merits mass adoption across all segments of a business, without worrying about IT security, local legal compliance, and ease of customer use.” says Aatish Dedhia, Founder and CEO of Zycus and Certinal.
Certinal is the way forward for your business to go completely paperless. Record all your critical transactions across enterprise verticals; sign and manage agreements, contracts, or other enterprise documents (such as health records, employee contracts, target and incentive plans, etc.) in an easy, safe, and legally secure manner.
As a future-ready solution, Certinal addresses vital challenges of the customers and puts: -
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Certinal platform is already backed by 4 patent-pending process designs in signature workflow, smart assist, predicting and moderating signature locations.
As more companies subscribe to different e-signature solutions, there is an increasing need for trust and transparency in such
e-signature / digital signature providers. In continuation with this, Certinal announced that it has, with EY’s assistance completed the compliance assessment with the following laws, standards, and guidelines for its “Certinal eSign” product release version 2021.1.0. This independent validation of compliance standards, laws, and guidelines is particularly crucial for customers in highly regulated industries.
Note 1: No exceptions were noted
Note 2: Assessed by Certinal general counsel
Certinal uses services and technologies from third-party vendors like Amazon Web Services, Inc to provide hosting services and DigiCert, Inc.- as a Certificate Authority (CA), compliant with FIPS 140-2, FIPS 186-4, and ISO 9594-8 standards.
Certinal offers flexible commercial structures best suited to each company’s unique usage and requirements, thereby delivering a compelling business case. Certinal is easy to deploy and integrates seamlessly with most CRMs, HR IT systems, Contract management systems, etc.
Why trust Certinal?
Certinal is a wholly owned subsidiary of Zycus, the pioneer in Cognitive Procurement. A familiar name and market leader with years of experience in managing critical contracts & agreements, Zycus boasts of over Fortune 1000 enterprise clients and deployments of procurement and sourcing suite of products. Digital Signing has always been a focus area for Zycus. Thus Certinal was born with the stated goal of offering a best-in-class Digital Transaction Management solution that will be easy-to-use, 100% secure to deploy, and legally compliant around the world. We stand committed to providing a one-stop solution to large enterprise customers, compliant with various security standards and conforming to different regional regulations.
Lead Manager - Marketing, Certinal