Ottawa, ON – September 6th, 2016 – Signority, along with the Department of National Defence (DND), recently completed a successful evaluation of Signority’s eSignature and digital workflow solution.
Signority was awarded a contract with the Federal Government’s Build in Canada Innovation Program (BCIP) to work with the Department of National Defence to test and evaluate means to reduce the need for manual paper-based processes thus saving time and money. The trial provided the following key results based on the CP-140 test scenarios
- Reclaim valuable time by eliminating the need to manually scan and follow-up on paper folders during the AMAF (Aircraft Modification Approval Form) process
- Completely eliminated paper from the AMAF process
- Eliminates the requirement to have any hardcopies of documents since the entire process can be delivered digitally
- Ensure that anyone who needs access to an AMAF can retrieve a digital copy.
Signority looks forward to leveraging this success to work with other organizations who are faced with many of the same challenges attached to paper-based processes.
To learn more about how Signority can help your team to reduce document completion time by up to 80%, digitize your paper-based processes, and remove the need to manually track hard copies of documents please visit www.signority.com, or contact the Signority team at email@example.com
About Signority Inc.
Signority Inc. is an Ottawa-based SaaS company that is dedicated to make it easy and secure for organizations to legally sign electronic documents. Their platform allows for the management of legal document workflows by offering a digital signature solution to access, verify, sign and certify documents from anywhere in the world, on any device.
About the Build in Canada Innovation Program
The Build in Canada Innovation Program (BCIP) helps Canadian companies of all sizes to move their state-of-the-art goods and services from the laboratory to the marketplace.
Through the BCIP, the Government of Canada buys pre-qualified goods and services. The government moves these late-stage research and development innovations to federal departments for testing. After testing, the BCIP provides feedback to suppliers on the performance of their products or services.
Canadian companies often struggle to find first buyers for their untested innovations. Through the BCIP, Canadian companies can sell their pre-qualified innovations to the federal government. The Government of Canada becomes the company’s first reference sale.