Adobe Sign to integrate with Aadhaar

Our Bureau October 5 | Updated on January 08, 2018

Launches local data centre to drive e-signatures in India

Building on the potential widespread adoption of e-signatures in India, Adobe has announced two strategic investments for the Indian market – integration of Aadhaar-based authentication in its e-signature solution Adobe Sign, and the launch of a local data centre.

“As India leapfrogs to the next phase of digital transformation, e-signatures are becoming a big bet for businesses of all sizes and across industries. The Aadhaar-based authentication built in Adobe Sign is the industry’s first solution to make e-signatures legally binding in India. We are confident that this Aadhar based signing in Adobe Sign will accelerate use cases like digital onboarding of customers and employees, and taking citizen services online – augmenting our national vision on Digital India.” said Kulmeet Bawa, Managing Director, South Asia, Adobe.

Led by Adobe’s engineering labs in India, which comprises nearly 1/3rd of the company’s global R&D operations, both these initiatives have been designed to deliver on the needs of the Indian market. “India is a strategic focus for Adobe, and our engineering labs are committed to making deep investments to deliver innovative and customised solutions to address the needs of our customers here, as well as other parts of the world,” said Abhigyan Modi, Vice President, Engineering, Adobe Document Cloud.

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Published on October 05, 2017
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