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Overview

Cygnature is an award-winning signing solution that offers multiple signature types - electronic, digital and biometric. It is a feature–rich and easy-to-use solution that is built on blockchain technology, thus providing enhanced security, greater transparency and improved traceability of the signing process, along with authentication of signer identity and safeguarding documents from tampering. Cygnature also provides APIs for seamless integration with business systems.

If your organization executes notarial acts, DocuSign eNotary makes the notarization process fully digital for all parties involved: senders, signers, and notaries. It enables a Notary Public to act as an in-person witness to electronic signing of documents.

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Cygnature is ranked 11th in Electronic Approval Software while DocuSign eNotary is ranked 13th in Electronic Approval Software. Cygnature is rated 0.0, while DocuSign eNotary is rated 0.0. On the other hand, Cygnature is most compared with DocuSign eSignature and OpenText Core Signature, whereas DocuSign eNotary is most compared with HelloSign and Conga Sign.

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