With a digital signature solution, you’ll replace slow and expensive paper-based approval processes with fast, low-cost, and fully digital ones. This solution produces legally enforceable electronic records, eliminating the paper-related workflow bottlenecks and creating truly paperless organizations. Secure signatures with support for digitally signing documents in 3rd party applications and file types including Microsoft Word, Excel, SharePoint, InfoPath and Outlook, as well as PDF and TIFF. The included digital signature solution supports compliance with numerous regulations even in the most tightly regulated industries and geographies. With the proper standard operating procedures in place, it complies with ESIGN, EU directives and VAT law, HIPAA (and JCAHO), the FDA’s 21 CFR Part 11, USDA, the Sarbanes-Oxley Act and many more.
Mobile access for judges is in high demand. Participation in the warrant (emergency warrant) approval process, advancements in video arraignment technology and secure yet appropriate access to case files provides significant value by leveraging secure access to today’s mobile devices. With Mobile for iOS and Android, you’ll never miss a beat. Whether traveling, on an offsite visit or working from home, you’ll have access to your workplace documents and procedures. Upload, review and approve files and track work all within a secure, compliant environment on your smartphone or tablet.
The federal Judiciary’s Public Access to Court Electronic Records (PACER) service is driving demand for public access to case and docket information from trial courts. The GCStreamline WebLink is a self-serve portal that enables the sharing of public documents, while saving staff time and minimizing duplication and distribution expenses. Relevant documents are easy to find, with search terms displayed in lines of context in the search results. GCStreamline WebLink also highlights relevant keywords within each document, allowing you to easily identify information within documents.
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