Finesse Demo’s Smart LongPen – Live Remote Wet-Ink Signature Solution at GITEX

Finesse Demo’s Smart LongPen – Live Remote Wet-Ink Signature Solution at GITEX

06:26 04 July in Blog, vertical post
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Finesse showcased Smart Longpen, at its booth at Gitex Technology Week, the only robotic device that empowers you with the capability to remotely sign from anywhere in the world through any touch screen device (smart phone or tablet).

In cases where you are away, your absence will no longer be a problem, as LongPen will enable you to Ink-sign any document (Government Requests, Bank Requests, and Contracts etc). It can be implemented in any location without IT complications. All security measures have been taken into consideration, therefore the only required effort is to just grab the stylus and start signing wherever you are!

If you are into Wealth Management, Private Banking, Corporate Banking, Retail Banking, Corporate Finance; if you are a Government Department, or hospital or book store or an executive office….Smart LongPen is the answer to delays and barriers associated with in – person based transactions. This is the ONLY ink-signature solution worldwide that enables users to execute an original ink signature onto paper, while supporting an organization’s security compliance. Available are also the authenticated legal opinions by advocates and legal consultants from the region and across the world.

Sunil Paul, Co-founder and COO of Finesse said, “Keeping in line with our commitment of bringing trail blazing technologies and solutions, we at Finesse, are very excited to showcase the LongPen at our booth. With the world moving towards being connected in every way possible and information being available anywhere and anytime; it is a natural transition that among all the things that now can be done remotely, signing of documents can also happen remotely with the use of technology from any device. This solution is a huge leap in convenience for clients across various industries, where ever documentation with physical signatures is necessary.”

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