Saving money. Getting business done faster. Eliminating the need to print and route paper contracts and documents. These are some of the great benefits provided by electronic signatures and records.
But you still have questions: Is it legal? Can I use these technologies internationally? In which sectors can I leverage these technologies? Who else is using electronic signatures, and what benefits are they seeing in the real-world?
The E-Signatures 2011: Electronic Signatures and Records Conference will provide the answers! Organized by the Electronic Signatures and Records Association (ESRA) and scheduled to be held in Washington, DC on November 9th and 10th, the conference brings together a number of government, industry, vendor, and customer speakers to cover topics including:
- IRS eSignature Programs and Initiatives
- International Adoption and Cross Jurisdiction Issues for eSignatures
- Enabling eSignatures and eRecords for eFiling and eTitling with Motor Vehicle Registration Offices
- eSignature Case Studies
- …and more!
With this year being the tenth year of the ESIGN Act’s enactment, there’s been lots of activity around electronic signatures, their adoption, and the key challenges that face this exciting class of technology solutions. To cap that off, the Electronic Signatures and Records Association (ESRA) has recently announced the details for their annual conference, coming this November 6-7 in Washington, DC.
The agenda for the nearly two day event is jam-packed with compelling content and speakers, covering both real-world implementation stories as well as guidance and advice for navigating this nascent field in North America and around the world. Among the presenters is US District Magistrate Judge John Facciola, who was the first to digitally sign a judicial order, as well as a number of other key industry, legal, and government personalities, all of whom have great stories to tell about the progress of electronic signatures and the benefits they bring.
Lower registration rates are in effect until October 6th, so be sure to register now for this event! For more details, view the ESRA 2010 Announcement, Registration Form or check out the website here.
We’ll see you there!