Adobe is adding their own unique signer identity and workflow improvements that will make it easier for consumers to on-board FSIs into their Adobe Document Cloud. This will make the service the market's leading comprehensive HR solution support and enable it with even better document security features as Adobe Acrobat is now Microsoft's go to PDF program for Microsoft Information Protection.
Implementing an e-signature solution is a simple way to digitally transform the company, attract new business online, and help customers save time in any enrollment or on-boarding process. But for some industries, especially banking and other financial services, e-signatures are a no-go unless they can confidently verify the identity of their customers before providing digital on-boarding services.
Adobe has solved this problem with the latest release of Adobe Sign that pioneers an industry-first signer identification option called Government ID Authentication, which uses a physical ID, like a driver’s license or passport, as a form of digital ID authentication. When enabled, signers are guided through the simple process of using their mobile phone to snap a photo of a physical ID card. Adobe Sign automatically and comprehensively evaluates the ID card’s security features, like patterns, fonts and layout, to authenticate the identity of the signer and allow them to complete the signature process. This smart new way to authenticate a remote signer takes only seconds, but it delivers a great signer experience while reducing identity fraud concerns for the company.
Providing this higher level of signer identity authentication will help customers implement e-signatures in a whole host of new business processes. Many of the financial service providers already trust Adobe Sign for their customers’ digital enrollment and Adobe expects many of them to adopt Government ID Authentication to make the process an even better experience for everyone involved.
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