Interlink Electronics has been picked by a U.S.-based health club to build an electronic signature system.
Interlink will provide the club with a comprehensive electronic solution, consisting of IntegriSign esigning software coupled with multi-functional ePad LS electronic signature capture devices, enabling new club members to sign their forms and contracts electronically.
Apart from this, the users will also be able to deploy the ePad LS on-screen keyboard and PIN-pad for filling in other data like email and phone number in the electronic documents.
ePad LS is an electronic signature capture device equipped with color LCD panel. The device is suited for customer-facing applications where multi-modal data has to be captured. The pad provides content in a scrollable manner so that customers can carefully read important instructions, disclaimers, affirmation text, and other info.
The device is also equipped with an on-screen keyboard and PIN-pad which enables users to submit necessary information like user ID and phone number. The pad provides an option to display messages, ads, and special offers in full color mode.
The ePad LS provides a functionality to display check boxes, selectable options, and response buttons. The device is bundled with IntegriSign Desktop esignature software.
Rod Vesling, senior vice president of e-transactions at Interlink Electronics, said that the ePad LS and IntegriSign software offered by the company enable organizations to fully leverage their esignature investment by using the technology to drive revenue and cut costs.
Vesling noted that organizations can cross-sell more effectively by presenting relevant products or services on the ePad LS’s color LCD screen, apart from capturing customer information electronically, thus eliminating the need to re-key information shared verbally or on paper.
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Edited by Mae Kowalke