Wacom has been awarded by France’s FedISA (Federation of Information Lifecycle Management, Storage and Archiving). Each year, the E-Doc Awards go to the best products (hardware or software), service or solution on the field of dematerialization in private and public environments, in France and abroad.
Wacom’s digital signature pads were honoured at this year’s ceremony, receiving the ‘3rd price’. One key feature that makes Wacom’s digital tablets stand out include the strong requirement for the market to expand usage of electronic signature.
For the fifth year running, the E-Doc Awards have been held, highlighting and honouring projects and solutions relating to dematerialization. Presented by France’s FedISA as part of “Salon DOCUMATION” in Paris, they are designed to encourage, promote and reward products whose features and properties make an outstanding contribution to creating dematerialized technological environment.
As well as bringing a zero-paper environment within reach, Wacom signature pads, like the STU-520, also preserve the ‘natural’ gesture of signing. Whether it’s for signing contracts over the counter, administrative formalities or payment transactions, they now provide a medium for a fully-fledged digital signature that is completely hassle-free for customers and vendors alike. The successful implementation at the different customer sites such as BNP Paribas Guadeloupe or at the CECA branches in Spain has helped winning this award.
The jury composed of experts in the field of dematerialization in both public and private environments, accompanied by the press and other specialized agencies in the field or representative of the business world.
More Information on FedISA and the award can be found here