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IndiSoft’s RxOffice Now Supports eSignatures

""IndiSoft"":http://www.indisoft.us, a Columbia, Maryland, technology development firm that focuses on systems for the default services industry, now supports electronic signatures with its RxOffice Document Management platform.


The company says RxOffice increases the speed of default management processes by allowing users to execute documents without printing, signing, and scanning.

IndiSoft partnered with ""Computime"":http://www.computimeonline.com, a fulfillment partner for Topaz Systems Inc., to integrate Topaz eSignature capture devices with the RxOffice Document Management platform.


""Topaz"":http://www.topazsystems.com, a developer and manufacturer of electronic signature software and hardware based in Simi Valley, California, offers supporting electronic signature software that is compliant with federal and state handwritten digital signature regulations.

""Properly managing the numerous documents in default management is crucial now more than ever,"" said Sanjeev Dahiwadkar, CEO of IndiSoft. ""Unfortunately, until now, there was no easy solution that was affordable and worked smoothly with the workflow associated with case management. Technology, used effectively, will give companies the tools they need to ensure stellar quality and service as they process more and more documents.""

The new eSignature capability enables RxOffice Document Management customers to create eSignature-capable versions of key documents such as the Request for Modification and Affidavit (RMA) and IRS 4506-T. Mirroring hand-written signatures, the eSignature is bound as part of the document itself.

""IndiSoft's integration of Topaz's industry-leading hardware devices, patented software, and forensically robust eSignatures has given the default services industry a key advantage in keeping pace with the modern business,"" said Computime sales manager Tom Scott.

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