LINCOLN, NE, September 05, 2017 /24-7PressRelease/
-- Last month, the Secretary of State approved the use of DocVerify's electronic notary platform for the State of Nebraska, further solidifying their commitment to the advancement of going paperless securely.
Since 2008, the first cloud-based and most trusted electronic notary and remote notary platform
has been utilized by thousands of notaries, and is the only e-notary provider approved in all states that allow use of e-notary or remote notary. As a leading electronic notary and remote notary platform provider, DocVerify has proved to be a tool which states, notaries, companies, and consumers cannot do without.
"Electronic and web cam notary solutions are the future," said Darcy Mayer, DocVerify's Chief Technology Officer. "Nebraska approved DocVerify because it exceeded the state's requirements and security protocols to protect all documents and parties involved, along with being easy to electronically notarize documents."
DocVerify's E-Notary solution is a Platform as a Service
(PaaS) that enables commissioned notaries to notarize documents from their web browser or through DocVerify's powerful API's. The DocVerify E-notary platform is unique for notaries in two ways. It allows notaries to tap into a revenue stream they otherwise never would have had access to, and unlike other providers, when a notary notarizes a document through DocVerify, they keep the majority of money they collect paying only a small transaction fee. Many providers will only give a small fraction of revenue back to the notary for their hard efforts.
DocVerify is also a premiere electronic signature platform which enables users to have documents signed quickly and securely, with little effort. Most DocVerify editions include access to both the electronic signature and electronic notary platforms, enabling a notary to run their business documents through the platform as well.
To learn more about E-Notary, visit http://www.docverify.com
DocVerify is leading the way with its electronic signatures, electronic notary, and secure data storage VeriVault technologies, and the platform enables notaries to build successful e-notary businesses. The company is compliant with HITECH, ISO, SOX, HIPAA, PCI, UCC, various other ISO requirements, as well as other state or federal laws or regulations. Current electronic notary states include Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Delaware, Florida, Idaho, Iowa, Kansas , Maryland, Minnesota, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, Ohio, Oregon, New Mexico, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, and Wisconsin.
DocVerify and VeriVault are registered trademarks, and trademarks of DocVerify, Inc.