|By Business Wire||
|August 5, 2014 12:01 AM EDT||
Scriptel® Corporation (Scriptel), a leading provider of electronic signature capture solutions and devices, today announced the new integration capabilities between Scriptel’s ScripTouch® electronic signature pads and Adobe Acrobat Reader XI.
This new version of Acrobat Reader brings new capabilities and allows users to capture electronic signatures using ScripTouch signature pads with ProScript, without the need for special rights to be extended to the document from Adobe Acrobat Professional XI. “Historically, basic end-users have expressed interest in this feature as it eliminates the added cost of an Adobe Acrobat Professional upgrade,” stated Codey Jenkins, Product Manager.
Once a user downloads Scriptel’s existing and complimentary Sign and Save package, as well as the new Acrobat Reader XI, organizations can immediately begin implementing signatures into PDF and Microsoft Word and Excel documents. This allows smaller organizations the ability to easily obtain the benefits of electronic signature capture without the additional expense of software programs.
To learn more about the Sign and Save package, please visit Scriptel’s website.
Based in Columbus, Ohio, Scriptel Corporation has been the leader in capacitive pen digitizing technology since 1982 with more than 3 million solutions deployed around the world. Our ScripTouch electronic signature pads and custom OEM components for the retail point-of-sale and digital workflow markets deliver high reliability with unrivalled support. Visit us at www.scriptel.com.
Adobe, Acrobat and Acrobat Reader are trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated. Scriptel and ScripTouch are trademarks of Scriptel Corporation.
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