Release 5.0.1: Release Notes

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New Application Release from Signority

Release 5.0.1

July 6 2020

In this unprecedented global pandemic situation, we have received an overwhelming number of requests and questions from individuals, companies and organizations that have recently adopted work-at-home policies. We are working around the clock to take in all the tips and suggestions and turn them into new features that we believe will best help you to continue to work remotely and safely. Here’s an overview of what’s included in our latest Release 5.0.1.

Usage Report

This release brings to production a new dashboard usage report.  When you log into your Signority account, you will now have instant access to all the basic usage information for your account.  Here are the changes that have been made to the dashboard usage report:

  • The dashboard now displays your team role, team usage, subteam usage, your individual usage, and overage
  • The usage report coincides with subscription periods

A more detailed usage report can be accessed from your account’s “Team” page. The report includes:

  • Usage for each team member, as well as totals for each subteam, and a grand total for the entire account
  • Custom date range

Masked Tags

The need for a secure method to receive personally identifiable information (PII) remotely has become especially important today as many operations have turned online. As a result, a way to encrypt certain fields on a Signority document became imperative. Masked Text Tags allow you to request information from your recipients, just like a regular Text Tag, but any information entered into it will be encrypted on the document and cannot be accessed by anybody except for you as the sender through a .csv file. For more information on how to use this feature, visit our tutorial.

Me-Sign Enhancements

By using the “Add me” option to sign a document just by yourself, you are able to drag and drop tags onto the document and fill them out as you go. In this release, we fixed several issues with this process including:

  • Ensuring that the window to apply a signature or initial closes after clicking “Apply”
  • Allowing radio buttons to be renamed

That covers everything in the Release 5.0.1!  As always, we would love to hear from you and know what you think.  If you have any feedback or suggestions you can contact us at support@signority.com.  Stay tuned for our next application release.

Q1 2020 Release Notes

The Paperless Journey, The Evolution and Future of Document Signing

New Application Release from Signority

Q1 2020 Release

April 14 2020

In these quarterly release notes you will find all of the new features and bug fixes that were released in 2020. All of these features have been suggested by our clients, and we’ve worked hard to implement them during Q1 of 2020.

French Localization

Signority now offers the option to make the signing process in French. Email notifications can be sent in French and in English, and the signing page is also in both French and English. To use this feature, you will need to select “Français” in the “Settings” in the Document Editor, or when adding the recipients for a new document:

New Feature Notifications

Your Signority account Dashboard now has a notification bell in the top left of the page. If there are any new features that have been released, the bell will swing when you log in. When you click on the bell, you’ll be taken to our Signority Updates page. Now you won’t miss out on any of our new releases and features!

Anchor Text

Anchor text is a group of text-based placeholders for different Signority tags such as signature or initial tags.  For longer documents, using these can save a lot of time.  You can manually type in the anchor text into the document and the system will automatically place the corresponding Signority tag where the anchor text has been typed.  This feature is very useful for API integrations.
Below is a list of anchor text characters and what Signority Tag they correspond to.  The first letter defines the tag type, and the digit represents the recipient.  Placing an “o” in front of the tag-defining character makes the tag optional.

Tag Type Mandatory version Optional Version Recipient
Signature Tag \s1\ \os1\ Recipient 1
Initial Tag \i1\ \oi1\ Recipient 1
Date Tag \d2\ \od2\ Recipient 2
Radio Button \r2\ \or2\ Recipient 2
Checkbox \c2\ \oc2\ Recipient 2
Text Tag \t3\ \ot3\ Recipient 3
Attachment Tag \a3\ \oa3\ Recipient 3

If you wanted to add a mandatory signature tag to the document using anchor text, you would type \s1\ in the location where the signature is to be placed (see example below).

When you send the document for signing, the Signority system will interpret the anchor text Tags and place the Tags accordingly onto the document.

When preparing a document, the colour of the Anchor Tags can be changed to match the background colour of the document so that recipients will only see the regular Signority Tags.
For more information on how to use anchor text, check out our anchor text tutorial.

Copying Other Users on Overage Notifications and Invoices

This new feature was requested by many of our customers.  Before Sprint 46, invoices and overage notifications could only be sent to the Team Billing Admin.  But now you can set your account up so that invoices and overages can be sent to up to 20 other email addresses.  To control who you want to receive these notifications, simply go to “Profile Settings” in the top right dropdown menu.  From there, go to “Account” and find the option at the bottom of the page title “My Invoice”.  Check the checkbox and then enter up to 20 email addresses.  Make sure to separate each email address with a comma.
Add email addresses
Once you’re done, hit “Save” and your invoices and overage notifications will be sent to the saved email addresses.  Now you won’t need to take the time to forward your invoices via email; it can be done automatically for you!

Streamlining the “Push” Feature

Recently we’ve had some customers having trouble with pushing large numbers of documents to another account. In Sprint 46, we fixed that issue, so pushing any number of documents to another account should be seamless and without interruptions.

Signority Printer Driver

Signority’s newly released printer driver allows you to upload documents to your Signority account without having to exit your desktop application. Uploading documents to Signority using the printer driver is like printing to a printer, but you’re printing to Signority.
To use the printer driver, you will have to do is download the Signority Printer Driver Installer Package.  You can find the Installer Package here. The printer driver is designed for the following Microsoft Windows platforms:

  • 32-bit English Only – Windows 8.1 & 10, Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Server 2012, Windows Server 2016, Windows Server 2019
  • 64-bit English Only – Windows 8.1 & 10, Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Server 2012, Windows Server 2016, Windows Server 2019

The Signority Printer Driver acts more like a program than an actual printer.  So if your company is using a server to host user terminal servers, or a print server that regular users cannot access, you can install the Printer Driver on each individual user terminal server.  Otherwise, it can be installed on a print server or hosting server.
For the full tutorial on how to use the printer driver, visit out knowledge-base tutorial.
That covers everything in the Q1 2020 release!  As always, we would love to hear from you and know what you think.  If you have any feedback or suggestions you can contact us at support@signority.com.  Stay tuned for our next application release.
 

Sprint 46 Release Notes

Sprint 46 Release Notes

New Application Release from Signority

Sprint 46

February 9 2020

We’re happy to announce to our customers the launch of our latest application release, Sprint 46!  As usual, we have taken your feedback and suggestions to put together this new batch of bug-fixes and features.  Today we’re going to do a quick rundown of what’s included in Sprint 46.

New Features and bug fixes

  1. Copying other users on Overage Notifications and Invoices

This new feature was requested by many of our customers.  Before Sprint 46, invoices and overage notifications could only be sent to the Team Billing Admin.  But now you can set your account up so that invoices and overages can be sent to up to 20 other email addresses.  To control who you want to receive these notifications, simply go to “Profile Settings” in the top right dropdown menu.  From there, go to “Account” and find the option at the bottom of the page title “My Invoice”.  Check the checkbox and then enter up to 20 email addresses.  Make sure to separate each email address with a comma.
Add email addresses
Once you’re done, hit “Save” and your invoices and overage notifications will be sent to the saved email addresses.  Now you won’t need to take the time to forward your invoices via email; it can be done automatically for you!

  1. Streamlining the “Push” feature

Recently we’ve had some customers having trouble with pushing large numbers of documents to another account. In Sprint 46, we fixed that issue, so pushing any number of documents to another account should be seamless and without interruptions.
 
So that’s all for Sprint 46.  We hope to see you soon in Sprint 47, our next application release.  As always, we would love to hear from you and get some feedback on our service.  We are always looking for ways to make your experience with us better.

Sprint 45.2 Release Notes

Sprint 46 Release Notes

New Application Release from Signority

Sprint 45.2

January 30 2020

Dear Signority Users, today we launched another application release!  This time, we have released a long-awaited feature: the Signority Printer Driver. This printer driver is designed for the following Microsoft Windows platforms:

  • 32-bit English Only – Windows 8.1 & 10, Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Server 2012, Windows Server 2016, Windows Server 2019
  • 64-bit English Only – Windows 8.1 & 10, Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Server 2012, Windows Server 2016, Windows Server 2019

Signority’s newly released printer driver allows you to upload documents to your Signority account without having to exit your desktop application. Uploading documents to Signority using the printer driver is like printing to a printer, but you’re printing to Signority.  Today we’re going to show you how to download and use Signority’s printer driver. The video tutorial can be found on the Signority Youtube channel here.
The first thing you will have to do is download the Signority Printer Driver Installer Package.  You can find the Installer Package here.  The Signority Printer Driver acts more like a program than an actual printer.  So if your company is using a server to host user terminal servers, or a print server that regular users cannot access, you can install the Printer Driver on each individual user terminal server.  Otherwise, it can be installed on a print server or hosting server.

Once you’ve done that, open the file to launch the installer.  If you’re using Windows, you might get a warning sign saying that Windows protected your PC.  In this case, click on “More Info” and press “Run Anyway”. Then you will be taken to the installer UI.

Installer_UI
After clicking next, a window with the end-user license agreement will show up.  Read the agreement and check the “I accept” checkbox to continue.
 
End-user license agreement
 
You will then be able to set where you want to install the application.  The default location is C:\Signority\.
 

Set Destination Folder

From here, finish the installation process and you’ll be ready to start printing!
There are two ways to print to Signority.  The first method is very simple. It works exactly like a regular printer.  Open the file you want in any document viewer and click “Print” (or Ctrl+P) like you normally would when printing a document.  Then, select Signority Printer as your printer and click “Print”. This should open the Printer Queue, and your document will show up in it. You can also drag and drop documents from your File Explorer directly into the Printer Queue window.  The first time you use the application, you will need to enter the username and password of your Signority account.

Printer Driver, add credentials

You can print multiple documents into the Printer Queue, where the documents are listed.

Documents in Print Queue

You can also rename the documents by double-clicking on them, and delete documents by pressing the “Delete” button.  Note that you are not allowed to modify the document’s extension.  For example, if a document is a PDF document, you cannot change the “.pdf” extension to something else.
Once you have all the documents in the Printer Queue, click “Send to Signority as a document”.
From here, you will be taken to the Document Editor page in your account where you can edit your documents for signing.

Document Editor

Also, you can check out our video tutorial for the Printer Driver below:

As always, we want to thank all of you, our customers for all the suggestions and feedback you’ve given us.  This wouldn’t be possible without you.  If there’s anything you would like to see us implement, don’t hesitate to contact us.  We’re always looking for new ideas to make our service more useful.  In the meanwhile, stay tuned for our next application release!

Sprint 44 Release Notes

Sprint 46 Release Notes

New Application Release from Signority

Sprint 44

November 19 2019

Signority users, you asked and we have delivered! For the last two months, we have worked hard to implement features requested by you. Today is finally release day! With your feedback, we have released lots of features and improvements. Now, getting your work done is even simpler and faster.

New Features

Integration with AWS S3 Bucket : Storage for signed documents to protect your sensitive data

  • You can now store signed documents from your team in your Amazon S3 bucket.
  • Here’s a quick step-by-step on how to set up this exciting new integration!

First, you need to register an Amazon Web Services (AWS) account.  After your account is set up, go to your AWS console and select “S3” from services menu.
AWS S3 Bucket setup
Once you arrive at the S3 console, create a bucket, and give it a name.  Bucket names are global and you cannot use a name that has been used by others.
AWS S3 bucket naming.
Once you have created the bucket, you will see it show up on the console.
 AWS S3 bucket created
Now, you will need to get your Access Key ID and your Secret Access Key.
Go to your account and select My Security Credentials to find your Access Key ID and Secret Access Key.
AWS Get security credentials
AWS Create Access Keys
If you don’t have an Access Key, select Create New Access Key.
AWS Create new access key
Then, save your keys.  You will need the Access Key ID and Secret Access Key to activate the integration in Signority.
Once you have done that, sign into your Signority account and click on “Profile Settings”.

Once you’re there, click on “Integration”.

Then click on the button next to Amazon S3.  You will see a pop-up window where you enter your Access Key, Secret Access Key, Bucket name, and Region.
S3 Integration. Enter info.
 
Once you’ve entered all the information, hit “OK”, and you’re ready to start signing!  You should see a test document named “Welcome_to_Amazon_s3” appear in your S3 bucket. From now on, whenever a document is finalized, a zip file will be saved in the S3 bucket. Anyone on your team can create documents to be stored in the bucket.

S3 bucket signed document
ExampleDocument has been signed and automatically stored as a zip-file in the S3 bucket.

The billing admin and proper team admins can configure the S3 budget setting. Regular users don’t have permission to configure the integration.   
Also, if at any time you want to deactivate Amazon S3 integration, just click on the “Deactivate” button.  You can find it in the same place that you activated the integration.
More storage integrations with Google Drive, Microsoft OneDrive, and Dropbox will be coming soon!

Bugs fixed

  • When you throw something out in the garbage, usually you don’t want to see it again, right?  It turns out that when our clients put their Templates in the trash, our system decided to resurrect them and count them towards their usage!  Oops. With the new application release, the system no longer counts Templates in “Trash” towards your usage. Now you can bin your templates without worrying about ever seeing them again!
  • In addition, one of our customers revealed to us that the “All” checkbox used to select all your documents remained checked even after the documents were deleted.  That doesn’t make any sense, does it? We have since fixed this. Now the “All” checkbox unchecks after you’ve deleted all your documents.

There you have it!  Our next Application Release will be coming out in about a month.  You can expect to see even more features and enhancements. In the meanwhile, let us know if you have any feedback or ideas.  We’re always looking for ways to improve your workflow.
 

Sprint 42 Release Notes

Sprint 46 Release Notes

New Application Release from Signority

Up to Sprint 42

September 13, 2019

Signority users, you asked and we deliver! We have been working hard to design the features requested by you. It’s release day! With your feedback, we have released tons of features and improvements. Getting your work done is now simpler and faster. We would love to hear from you! Feedback is always welcomed.
New Features

  • Subteam
    • A billing admin and superadmins can create and manage subteams. Each subteam can view documents shared within the same subteam but not other subteams for document confidentiality. Check out Managing Subteams and Teammates.   
    • Admins can transfer document ownership.
    • Eligible team admins can configure Global Profile Settings for subteams and teammates.
    • Subteam feature is available from Team Plus and higher plans.
  • Overage for individual plans
    • Individual plan customers do not need to oversubscribe if you only need a few extra more documents before the service period ends. You will be informed of with usage notifications before the overage is effective. You will have a choice to pay overage or upgrade to a higher plan.
    • There will be no monthly document limitation to an annually paid customer.

Enhancements

  • High Performance Encrypted Digital Signature
    • The integration with GlobalSign high performance HSM (Hardware Security Module) has been completed. The enhanced digital signature is available to all team plan users at no extra cost.
  • Bulksign Template
    • No more limits to the number of bulksigners at each batch sending.
  • Overage Notifications
    • Team Billing Admin will receive two notifications when you or your team reaches 80% and 100% of the plan usage within the service period. You are given the option to upgrade or pay the overage.
  • Overlay Template

New Application Release from Signority – Sprint 17 Release Notes

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New Application Release from Signority

Tons of Features and Improvements

August 7, 2017

Signority users, good news! With your feedback, we have modified the Billing Payment system and added more features. Getting your work done is now simpler and faster. We would love to hear from you! Feedback is always welcomed.
Billing Payment Improvements

  • Simplified plan with Team + API in one place
    • Team Plan now integrated with the API. Now any combination is possible within the document count limit.
    • There is NO extra cost by adding users. Unlimited Users and PKI Digital Signature are included without extra cost!
  • Self-Service Trial and Plan purchase
    • You can start a Free Trial on any of Team Plan without contacting us.
  • In-Application Self-Service Upgrade/Downgrade/Terminate Account
    • Upgrade by clicking the “Upgrade” button from the dashboard
    • – Or 
    • Upgrade by going to “MANAGE PLAN” from “My Account” at the top right corner, and select a new plan.
      • Downgrade by going to “MANAGE PLAN” from “My Account” at the top right corner. Select new plan.
  • Usage Report for Team Administrators
    • Team Admins or Billing Admins can now view team members activities.
    • View team member document transaction activities by Current Month, Last Month, or the Month Before Last.
    • Team Admins can click “Team” and click “Team Activity”.
  • Resend Signing Reminders
    • Recipients who have not yet to sign documents can be sent reminders.
    • During a signing ceremony, document sender select “More” at the top right corner. From the drop-down list, select “Status”. Go to “Recipient List” page, and individual signing invitations can be resent to those who have not yet to sign the document.
  •  Recipients can be Removed from Signing Flow
    • During a signing ceremony, document sender selects “More” at the top right corner. From the drop-down list, select “Status”, go to “Recipient List” page, and click “Remove” button.  

User Experience Improvements and Other Features

  • Mobile device UI improvement
    • If using a mobile tablet or smartphone to sign the document, our application will not show the thumbnail column on the signing page. This allows for an optimal window size to work on the document.
  • Overlay Template Workflow Improvement
    • Document Creation Workflow:
      • Upload Document
      • Once uploaded, the “Use a Template Overlay” button appears under “Template Overlay”.
      • Click on button and bring up template list.
      • When a template is selected, the name of the template used in Template Overlay section is shown
      • These will automatically be inherited from the template on current document creation:
        • pre-set tags,
        • ownership of tags,
        • email message,
        • subject lines,
        • “Send reminders to recipients” Options,
        • Page view evidence,
        • Digital Signature.

Signority + Zapier Integration Lets You Automate Your Business Operations with Over 700+ Apps

Signority Announces Their New Zapier Integration

Ottawa, Canada – February, 20th 2017 – Signority, the easiest and most secure electronic signature platform serving the small and medium-sized business (SMB) communityannounced today, that it has integrated with the leading automated app integration platform, Zapier.  
Signority lets businesses to simply send, eSign, and securely manage documents with their end-to-end solution, allowing for a seamless end-experience for both users and businesses. The new Zapier integration makes it possible for customers to further automate processes and build workflows with just a few clicks, allowing businesses to save time and streamline operations — all without the need of a developer.
“This Zapier integration will make it easier for our customers to automate their operations or automatically store copies of their important documents into third-party apps like Google Drive or Box. We believe this will help our customers avoid complicated processes that can be an unnecessary burden and cause a negative impact on corporate revenue.”, said Samer Forzley, CEO of Signority.  
Cody Jones, Head of Business Development at Zapier said, “We’re excited to be working with Signority and look forward to seeing how this fast-growing startup can leverage our platform to help our current and future customers”

Signority’s customers can now integrate their Signority account with over 700+ apps via Zapier, some of those integrations include:
>> Google Sheets:  Easily export signer data to Google Spreadsheets  
>> Paypal:  Automatically send forms to be signed, after a payment has been received through PayPal
>> MailChimp:  Add new signers to a Mailchimp list to contact
>> Slack: Get messaged on a channel or privately as soon as a document is signed
>> SMS: Get notified by SMS once a document has been signed
>> Salesforce, Pipedrive and other CRMs:  Add client information into your CRM of choice, on completion of a Signority form. Also, automatically send contracts and other paperwork to your client once a sale is won.
>> Box, Google Drive, OneDrive, Dropbox:  Save a copy of contracts, onboarding forms etc directly to Box
Following the recent announcement regarding their launch into the Chinese market, Signority is engaged in actively disrupting the electronic signature industry. The Signority – Zapier integration — aside from its obvious benefits — will help small and medium businesses out there automate their workflows and simplify day to day business operations.
To learn more about the integration of Signority and Zapier, visit https://zapier.com/zapbook/signority/
About Signority
Signority Inc. is an Ottawa-based SaaS company that is dedicated to make it easy and secure for growing businesses to legally sign electronic documents. Their platform allows for the management of legal document workflows by offering a digital signature solution to easily access, verify, sign and certify documents from anywhere in the world, on any device.
To learn more about Signority’s unique transparent pricing, visit: http://www.signority.com/pricing-transparency-electronic-signature/
For media inquiries, contact:
Dan Lawrence
(C/O Signority)
981 Wellington Street West,
Suite # 301
Ottawa, ON

Signority Set for Year of Explosive Growth

Signority-year-of-growth-moving-announcement

“Signority, a fast-growing, Ottawa tech startup, is now set to disrupt the eSignature space. Their move into their new office in Hintonburg makes room for new hires and their big plans.”

Ottawa, ON (Feb 1st, 2017) – Signority, Inc. the easiest and most secure electronic signature platform serving the small and medium-sized business (SME) community, announced their move from Invest Ottawa‘s incubator, to their new office at Wellington Street West on February 1st, of 2017. The move allows the company to expand their team this year to add another 30+ employees to realize their big plans.
The new office is located in the heart of Hintonburg — a vibrant, urban neighbourhood, situated West of Downtown Ottawa — known for its eclectic mix architecture, modern restaurants and fashionable boutique stores.
Signority aspires to be a leader in the electronic signature space and recently announced their secure digital signature solution to the Chinese market, to allow businesses to easily sign contracts using a Digital Chop — in celebration of the Chinese Lunar New Year.
The new Hintonburg office space will bring improved client service, better facilities and more room for the growing team. In addition, it will serve as a space to engage with the local community, where Signority is looking forward to hosting meet-ups and networking events.
“The eSignature space is highly competitive and yet non-differentiated, we are in this space to disrupt it.  We have big changes planned this year that will help us stand out and provide SMEs with a truly innovative solution built for enterprise but priced affordably for them. With this move, we also want to be at the center of an ecosystem that shares our values and aspirations. Hintonburg – Mechanicsville, is an up and coming neighbourhood that is home to fashionable boutique stores, innovative restaurants and interesting architecture. We are excited to move to this creative and dynamic neighbourhood,” said Signority’s CEO Samer Forzley.
Signority will now occupy the third floor of a multi-tenant office building located at 981 Wellington St W, Suite 301, Ottawa, ON K1Y 2Y1.
The full move is set to be completed on the 1st of February, 2017.  All of Signority’s phone numbers will remain the same.

Signority is a fast-growing, secure electronic signature and digital signatures provider, with unique pricing transparency. Signority’s platform was designed to automate the document signing process & reduce management costs — so business owners can focus on growing their business.
Visit Signority.com for more information.
 
About Signority Inc.
Signority Inc. is an Ottawa-based SaaS company that is dedicated to making it easy and secure for growing businesses to legally sign electronic documents. Their platform allows for the management of legal document workflows by offering a digital signature solution to easily access, verify, sign and certify documents from anywhere in the world, on any device.
For media inquiries, contact:
Dan Lawrence
(C/O Signority)
981 Wellington Street West,
Suite # 301
Ottawa, ON
K1Y 2Y1
Email: press@signority.com
Website: www.signority.com

Signority Launches Their Secure Digital Signature Solution into Chinese market

Signority Logo White on Blue background

“$8 for Eight Days” Celebrates Lunar New Year with $8 Pro plan for Chinese customers”
Ottawa, Canada – January, 26th 2017 – Signority, a next-generation digital signature software provider serving the small and medium-sized business (SME) community, today announced the launch of its China offering to allow businesses to easily sign contracts using a Digital Chop. Leveraging its patent for Digital Signature using an encrypted image, Signority is able to provide the Chinese market a unique offering tailored for Asia’s largest market.
In celebration of the Chinese Lunar New Year and to mark the launch of its Chinese offering, Signority will ring in the Year of the Rooster with an $8 USD Pro plan. The promotion will run from Wed, Feb 1st through Wed, Feb. 8. Companies in the Chinese market, whose business depends on fast document signing to close deals, and streamlining operations, can now benefit from Signority’s Patented Digital Chop solution.

“Signority’s co-founders are both of Chinese decent, so, we are excited to honor our Chinese heritage as we celebrate the Year of the Rooster,” said Jane He, COO and co-founder of Signority. “The number eight is a lucky number in Chinese culture, and we’re hoping to share the luck with our ‘$8 for Eight Days’ promotion.”

Signority Digital Chop Image

(Above) Signority’s Digital Chop

Many people in China possess a personal name seal. Artists, scholars, collectors and intellectuals may possess a full set of name seals, leisure seals, and studio seals. A well-made seal made from semi-precious stones can cost between 400 and 4000 yuan.

Seals are still used for official purposes in a number of contexts. When collecting parcels or registered post, the name seal serves as an identification, akin to a signature. In banks, traditionally the method of identification was also by a seal. Seals remain the customary form of identification on cheques in mainland China and Taiwan “ taken from Wikipedia, Seal (East_Asia), January, 2017.

Signority is engaged in actively disrupting the electronic signature industry by providing secure digital signatures along with unique pricing transparency. The Signority platform cuts through time-consuming print, sign, scan document signing process that unnecessarily burden users and impact corporate revenue.
For more information about the Signority’s Digital Signature platform and how Signority is enabling faster, simpler and less intrusive eSignatures for small businesses.
To sign up, visit Signority.com

About Signority

Signority Inc. is an Ottawa-based SaaS company that is dedicated to make it easy and secure for growing businesses to legally sign electronic documents. Their platform allows for the management of legal document workflows by offering a digital signature solution to easily access, verify, sign and certify documents from anywhere in the world, on any device.