Sign-it is specifically designed to extend the digital signature framework within Acrobat 8. The combination of CIC Sign-it and Adobe Acrobat has been successfully deployed within several major enterprise accounts and, with the new capabilities of these recent products, can now be easily utilized within smaller businesses at a reasonable price.
“The combination of Acrobat 8 and Sign-it allows organizations to accelerate the move toward efficient and legally binding paperless transactions in their respective markets,” said Russ Davis, Chief Technology Officer at CIC. “Our goal is to provide out-of-the-box solutions for our customers that utilize the latest in security technologies to enable them to execute secure transactions and documents electronically from the office and field as well as over the web, leveraging the type of eSignature that fits their unique requirements. The new features and increased flexibility of Acrobat 8 enable CIC to rapidly bring its next generation eSignature solutions to market. Acrobat and PDF are fundamental elements in many of CIC’s major electronic signature deployments and this release represents significant benefits and enhanced value for our clients.”
“Acrobat 8 helps small and mid-sized businesses save time and money by allowing them to share their PDF content more efficiently and more securely,” said John Landwehr, Director of Security Solutions at Adobe. “CIC’s latest release extends the capabilities of Acrobat to include targeted, adaptable electronic signatures, making CIC an important member of our Security Partner Community.”