GMO Sign solution offers a useful feature of signing the documents, which are already signed by other signing applications like DocuSign, GMO Sign, WAN-Sign, IMApS, Cloud sign, freesign, IMAoS, Hatosapodain, TDB Electronic Authentication Service Type A and TDB DigiCert Electronic Authentication Service Class2. Users will not be restricted from browsing the signed document at the time of creating workflow request. They can add signature(s) to a signed file without manipulating the existing properties of present signatures.
|Please Note – GMO Sign does not check for the authenticity of signatures for other signing solutions. In case the signature of other service does not have AATL certificate, 'Signature is valid' message might not appear in Adobe Acrobat reader.|
1. Login to GMO Sign portal, click on Request Sign, and browse the target document, which has been signed by GMO Sign or third-party signing application. [Video Preview]
2. Enter basic workflow details like title of the workflow, person incharge, folder, etc., in the respective fields.
3. (Optional) You can send the workflow for approval from higher authorities or share a final signed copy of the document with business officials for records.
4. Enter one or more Signer details (inhouse or counterparty) in the dedicated section of GMO Sign application. For example – Here we have added JerryTwo (inhouse) to apply digital signature, and James (counterparty) to apply e-sign. [Video Preview]
5. Its time to place signature icon for each signer in the browsed document. Also, please note the following points :
- You can locate only 1 signature per signer.
- No additional fields for signers like textbox, checkboxes, etc., will be applicable here.
- Sender cannot add any additional details in already signed file because it might alter the document integrity.
6. Click on Next and preview the details entered by you. If everything is fine, click on Send button for execution.
How does the signed file looks?
The signing procedure is similar as it is usually executed in GMO Sign. Once both the signers – JerryTwo and James, have completed the signature, requestor and signer(s) would receive the completion email. They can either download the file from GMO Sign portal (for inhouse users) or from the email being received (for counterparty users). Here is the snapshot of the document being signed through this demo workflow request.
|Note – The ‘Document Id’ of the signed document would be different from the actual one. Therefore, it is recorded in newly signed document differently in form of an extra document signer. Here in the ‘Signature Details’ field, you will find new document id being generated after the signature completion.|