Melbourne-based software consultancy Jeylabs launched its patent-pending digital signature solution called ‘GetSignature’. The e-signature solution has been launched with the focus of helping Australians and Aussie businesses work more efficiently while they work virtually during the pandemic.
As there is a surge in the concept of remote working, GetSignature aims at cracking the local market of consumers and businesses looking for a simple digital signature solution that is cost-effective as well as reliable.
About e-signature solution GetSignature
The e-signature solution, GetSignature will be offered by the software consultancy on a monthly subscription basis. Their patent-pending technology uses military-grade secure encryption that keeps documents and signatures safe.
Jeylabs CEO, Jey Srikantha says document digital signatures have been around for a bit now but are expensive and flawed from a security point of view. GetSignature has taken an approach different from the traditional solutions available to get documents signed securely with their patent-pending document protection technology.
GetSignature’s monthly subscription begins at $6 for 2 users (family plan) and their business plans start at $47 a month for 5 users.
The company says GetSignature makes security seamless as well as easy to practice. Their focus is on usability which has helped enterprises win deals. Jeylabs has also signed a multi-year on-prem agreement with a construction business to deliver digital signatures for invoice processing on a large-scale basis.
More about software consultancy Jeylabs
Jeylabs is an Australian software consultancy as well as an international ISV. This multi-award winning consultancy was established in 2009 and is Australia’s 14th fast growing software consultancy as per CRN’s November 2019 edition. The consultancy also offers a broad range of products and services which are designed to save people’s time.
The Australian consultancy is committed to helping people and businesses save paper, energy, time and money. It is a company that also aims at making the planet more green. Srikantha, company CEO, says they are committed to planting trees with every subscription bought. In a unique association with planted.org, they have planted their first 200 trees in the country.
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