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Fastman Launch Access Manager and Digital Signature Automation Platforms for DocuSign

By Enterprise Security Magazine | Friday, July 26, 2019

The two anticipated updates from Fastman provide the latest digital signature and OpenText read-only License compliance solutions.

FREMONT, CA: Fastman, a platform for providing information security and management services and solution for OpenText Content Suite and Extended Enterprise Content Management (ECM), has launched its brand new foreseen updated products, Fastman Digital Signatures, and Fastman Access Manager. The former is a digital signature solution for OpenText Content Suite and Extended ECM leveraging the DocuSign Agreement Cloud and on-premise Digital Signature Appliance, while the later is the most effective way to ensure compliance with OpenText Content Suite read-only user licensing.

Access Manager brings a platform where the organizations tend to remain compliant within their read-only license agreement by preventing their non-compliance penalties and fines. “Having no technical limitation as such in core Content Suite product, the number of OpenText consumers has operators that perform actions that read-only license does not permit, causing the organizations a significant amount of money in fines,” says Alister Grigg,  the Managing Director at Fastman.

Founded in2006, Fastman designs and delivers high value-based business and technical solutions that radically change the way organizations use OpenText Content Suite and Extended ECM platforms.

Along with the anticipated updates, Fastman updated its Digital Signatures product platform. Fastman’s Digital Signature OpenText Content Suite is a fully supported solution enabling organizations to increase Return of Investment (ROI) of the OpenText Content Suite system, by leveraging the digital signature platform standards based on Public Key Infrastructure (PKI).

With this brand new release, Fastman enables the organizations to sent documents for signing in either or both solutions directly from their OpenText systems.

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