Document Signer Certificate

Document Signer Certificate

Organizational Document Signer Certificate is a Digital Certificate which is procured in the name of the organization, and is used to indicate organizational approval of a document. Such a Certificate can be procured from providers such as SafeScrypt. The Organization will have to install Leegality’s utility on their server and place the procured Certificate along with it. Leegality’s application will allow you to set a Signature level ID and Password, and program the API to automatically digitally sign the document before or after the User eSigns or Authenticates it.

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