This document is designed to help you understand what digital signatures are, how they differ from electronic signatures, and how e-Contracting software can bring this useful advancement to your business.

Digital signatures are used for auditing purposes, to lock down data to ensure you'll know if it's ever tampered with, as well as to create a reliable electronic records.

Digital signatures are not electronic signatures, despite the confusingly similar name.

Digital signatures can be used for legally binding electronic signatures, for auditing purposes to lock down your data to ensure any modifications are automatically detected, and to implement your own signature platform. Read more on Wikipedia.