What is an Electronic Seal or eSeal?
An Electronic Seal, also known as an eSeal, is an electronic signature that is associated with a legal entity (business or organization) and can be used by more than one person within the legal entity. To generate an eSeal, a legal entity needs to be vetted and authenticated through a third party or through a remote identity verification process. An eSeal can be used to automatically sign large volumes of documents (bulk signing), such as invoices or educational transcripts, through an accredited digital signing solution. Electronic seals authenticate the identity of the entity and the integrity of the document.
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