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Silanis’ (Montreal) strategic relationship with IBM Cloud has enabled the vendor to expand its e-SignLive e-signature solution into six new global markets by the end of 2015, according to the vendor. Benefitting from IBM Cloud’s ongoing deployment of data centers internationally, e-SignLive will be offered in new markets, starting with Australia and continuing through Japan, Germany, the United Kingdom, Singapore and Brazil on IBM Cloud’s SoftLayer infrastructure.
“As the leader for e-signatures in regulated markets, including banking, insurance and government, our customers have identified in-country data residency as an important factor in taking their businesses digital,” comments Tommy Petrogiannis, CEO, Silanis e-SignLive. “IBM Cloud offers a level of transparency and granular control that is key for customers who find it important to know exactly where their data resides in detail, right down to the city, data center and even the serial number of the server.”
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The vendor asserts that the flexibility of e-SignLive on IBM Cloud will allow organizations to scale operations quickly, both locally and globally, using the most secure and compliant solutions available on the market. That flexibility will allow both commercial and government organizations to respond quickly to the increasing demand for improved service and customer experience by enabling users to electronically sign from anywhere, anytime, on any device, a Silanis statement says. The vendor reports 300 a percent increase in worldwide usage of e-SignLive over the past year, positioning the company as the e-signature vendor with the most cloud locations globally.
The vendor reports previous successes of e-SignLive on IBM Cloud, including leading Canadian financial services organizations Tangerine Bank and FundSERV, which are using the public cloud, and a leading Australian bank, which is using a private instance.
Supporting New Clients
In order to support businesses in the new markets, e-SignLive is working with IBM’s team of consultants, according to the Silanis statement.
“Our global network of IBM Cloud data center locations, along with on-the-ground expertise, will provide customers with the best support and the most reliable availability, security and performance for their local and worldwide business transactions,” comments Jim Comfort, general manager of cloud services for IBM.