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The Certificate of Completion feature offered by SIGN.PLUS ensures proof of document completion, enhancing authentication, compliance, and legal validity. It establishes trust, facilitates record keeping, and enables audit trails for electronically signed documents.

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Certificate of Completion

For each completed document, you can get a certificate which contains an audit report with details about the signer.

Tamper-Proof Audit Trails

Audit trails provide detailed records of all signing activity capturing and preserving crucial information to enhance transparency, accountability, and legal compliance.

MOnitor the Progress

Real-time progress monitoring enables efficient tracking, eliminates delays, and improves workflow management, leading to faster turnaround times and enhanced document status updates.

eSignature Legality

SIGN.PLUS ensures the validity and integrity of electronically signed documents, making them legally binding for important business transactions, contracts, and agreements.

Security & Privacy

SIGN.PLUS prioritizes security and employs advanced encryption and authentication to safeguard data, ensuring confidentiality, integrity, and preventing unauthorized access.

Compliance Offerings

SIGN.PLUS offers compliance features that align with regulations and standards such as HIPAA and GDPR. By reducing risks and promoting trust, these features ensure adherence to legal requirements, industry guidelines, and best practices.

What is included in the Certificate of Completion?

Find an audit report with details about document signers and viewers

For each completed document, the Certificate of Completion includes:

  1. Document status
  2. Document completion date and time
  3. Sender(s) name and email address
  4. Signers(s) names and email addresses
  5. Signer(s) signatures
  6. Signer(s) IP addresses and location
  7. Tamper-proof time stamps showing when the document was sent, viewed, and signed by recipient(s).

Refer to the What is the Certificate of Completion help article to learn more about obtaining the Certificate of Completion for a document, and also merging it with a signed document.

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