Virtually everything in the modern business world is going digital. The rise of electronic signatures, or e-signatures, has enabled processes that were previously only possible in-person to function remotely. Unsurprisingly, e-signature transactions have grown from $89 million to $754 million in just five years.
Despite this rapid adoption, some businesses have lingering concerns about electronic signatures and security implications surrounding them. Most notably, one is usually unsure about whether or not they’re legally binding. The short answer is that e-signatures are legally binding in some circumstances but not in others. Read on to know more.
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Author Of this post: Devin Partida