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ARX Joins Forces with Fastman to Provide Comprehensive Digital Signature Solution for OpenText

ARX (Algorithmic Research), provider of the leading CoSign® digital signature solution, has joined forces with Fastman, a leading provider of solutions and services for the OpenText ECM Suite, to create the CoSign connector for OpenText.

The CoSign connector for OpenText enables organizations that have invested in business automation through OpenText solutions such as Content Server to completely eliminate paper from signature-dependent processes. With CoSign digital signature capability, professionals can sign electronic documents securely while enabling any recipient of their digitally signed records to easily verify the signature for signer identity and intent, and content integrity. CoSign also supports each of the most popular file types, allowing organizations to embrace paperless signature approvals without imposing any changes to existing processes and workflows. By enabling the integration of CoSign digital signatures with OpenText ECM solutions, Fastman is able to offer customers a more robust automation solution that eliminates unnecessary costs and drives increased efficiency.

ARX is the leader in providing proven digital signature solutions to enterprises that value the security of their automated processes,” said Alister Grigg, Managing Director, Fastman. “We’re pleased to be able to offer such a robust solution to the many organizations using OpenText Content Server, and to be able to continue developing a strong working relationship with ARX.”

Fastman’s unrivaled expertise in OpenText technology allows the organization to provide records management, workflow, data management, software development and product engineering solutions of the highest quality to organizations across industries. With the CoSign connector, Fastman makes it easy for these organizations to go truly paperless and eliminate the expensive and time-consuming reintroduction of paper each time a signature is required.

Fastman has done an excellent job in developing this CoSign connector, which adds OpenText Content Server to the growing number of market-leading CoSign-ready applications,” said John Marchioni, VP Business Development, ARX. “We’re proud to partner with such an established leader in OpenText solutions.”

The CoSign connector will be presented during the OpenText Enterprise World 2012 event in Orlando on November 11-16, booth #11.

About Fastman

Fastman is a leading provider of ECM solutions and products based on the OpenText and Microsoft SharePoint platforms. A Platinum member of the OpenText Partner Program, Fastman designs, builds, implements and supports solutions that enable organizations to address their information and content management issues and use their OpenText and Microsoft ECM systems more effectively.

To learn more about Fastman’s products, solutions and services please visit www.fastman.com.

About CoSign Digital Signatures

ARX (Algorithmic Research) is the leading global provider of standard digital signature solutions with dominant market share in the life sciences, government, and AEC markets. Millions of signers at security-minded businesses and government organizations around the world have made ARX CoSign® the most widely-used proper digital signature solution. The cost-effective solution effectively streamlines and secures mission-critical signature-dependent processes. It is the only proven digital signature system that fully complies with strict technical standards, industry and geographic regulations, and business requirements across vertical industries. CoSign’s flexible design gives users the freedom to choose and control their workflows, procedures and policies, as well as their document-related applications and systems, whether off-the-shelf or homegrown, in the enterprise or the cloud. To learn more about CoSign digital signatures, please visit www.arx.com.

CoSign is a registered trademark of Algorithmic Research, Ltd. All other trade names and trademarks are the property of their respective holders.

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