Jadu makes AssureSign eSignatures available on its eForms solution

Jadu is making AssureSign Electronic Signatures (eSignatures) available on Jadu Continuum XFP, its secure and flexible eForms solution.

eSignatures ensure the validity and legal effect of transactions and contracts made online.

Via Jadu’s Integration Hub, which makes integration with third-party services simple, Jadu users will have access to the AssureSign eSignature software, which is designed for companies whose operations depend on securing, organizing and executing hundreds or thousands of signatures every month.

“Our customers want ‘out-of-the-box’ integration with other technology such as eCommerce and eSignature products - it’s why we launched Integrations Hub last year” says John Euston, Jadu Vice President, North America.

“The security focus of AssureSign addresses a very high-level requirement for our higher education and government customer base. We’re pleased to welcome it as the latest addition to a fast-growing list of available integrations.”

AssureSign’s Knowledge-Based Authentication (KBA) enables users to present a signer with a series of questions generated from public data sources in order to confirm their identity and prevent fraudulent access attempts. The solution also enables partners to maintain their branding throughout the eSignature process, presenting a unified solution to users.
Jadu plans to offer the AssureSign eSignature integration to existing customers in the coming weeks.

 

 

Detailed information about how the integration will work is shown in the release video.

It will also be demonstrated as part of Jadu’s presence at the 2017 EDUCAUSE Annual Conference in Philadelphia this November! Visitors are welcome to visit at booth 1629.

4 ways CMS reports will help your content audit

As every good web manager will tell you, it’s essential to audit your content regularly if you want your site content to remain relevant and engaging.

Read full article...

How we resolved the Hotmail deliverability Issue in CXM

At Jadu, we recently had trouble getting emails delivered to Hotmail mailboxes with our CXM platform.

Read full article...

New reporting feature: Measure it, Manage It

To continuously improve we need to benchmark where we are, so we can measure our future performance, track trends so we can plan for quieter or busier periods and become more efficient.

Read full article...

Which search fits you?

In Continuum #57, we released our extensible search service in CMS. Now, out the box, you can choose to implement any one of three different site search providers in a simple, and non-technical way.

Read full article...

Better Connected 2016-17: Your content is your user experience

It's great if your content is easy to find - but it still needs to be fit-for-purpose and focused on the needs of the user...

Read full article...

Numbers mean nothing by themselves

The latest release of CXM sees the introduction of a suite of standard automatic reports, this can be accessed via the reports tab on the side bar menu and is accessible to all users with the permission to see reports.

Read full article...

Bringing In-Page Branching To Forms

It’s been a busy few months in the XFP team, and the new Form Builder is really starting to take shape...

Read full article...

Welcome to the world of online bookings

With this release of Continuum, we’ve unlocked the power of end to end eBookings using our core products XFP, CMS & CXM along with some intelligent calendar integration to help transform and simplify booking services.

Read full article...

How eye tracking developed our new forms - XFP team respond

Following the eye tracking session we did with Spacecraft Digital's team, James Manley (Jadu XFP Engineer) reveals the changes to our new forms...

Read full article...

Share this post

About

The official Jadu Blog (a peek inside). The musings and magic of the Jadu team and log of new web apps, customer super hero stories and mobile web marvels.

Recent posts

Archives

Tags