Company Overview of Algorithmic Research Ltd.
As of March 11, 2015, Algorithmic Research Ltd. is acquired by DocuSign, Inc. Algorithmic Research Ltd. provides digital signature solutions. The company offers CoSign, a solution that allows organizations to digitally sign transactions, documents, and records; CoSign Central, a software solution for multiple-user organizations that communicates with a centralized and digital signature server; and CoSign Desktop, a solution for individual users. It also provides PrivateServer, a network attached and hardware security module that offers an environment for data encryption, key management, pin mailer printing and secure application execution; PrivateCard, a public key infrastructure (PKI) smar...
10 Nevatim Street
Petach Tikva, 49561
Founded in 1987
972 3 927 9500
972 3 923 0864
Key Executives for Algorithmic Research Ltd.
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Algorithmic Research Ltd. Key Developments
ARX Appoints Yuval Pilavsky as Australian Country Manager
Jul 13 14
ARX has announced the appointment of Yuval Pilavsky as Australian Country Manager. Mr. Pilavsky has over 30 years of software industry experience in executive positions, including as GM of Converga, an Australian BPO document management service provider (now part of NZ Post), and Senior Projects Director at Aspect Computing. He has vast and diverse knowledge of the document and information management space, spanning research & development, consulting and project management.
ARX Announces the Latest Releases of the CoSign Digital Signature Solution and the CoSign Web App, as Well as a New Cosign Signature API
Jun 2 14
ARX announced the latest releases of the CoSign digital signature solution and the CoSign Web App, as well as a new CoSign Signature API. The CoSign product line is continuously being enhanced and extended in order to maintain its status as the strongest digital signature solution available on the market. Improved security features that meet all the requirements for receiving the Common Criteria EAL4+ rating. With these features, CoSign becomes the first remote signing product to comply with the newly enacted European eIDAS (Electronic Identification and Trust Services for Electronic Transactions in the Internal Market) regulation. The new version of CoSign Web App adds the ability to digitally sign Word and Excel documents online in their native format without the need to convert them to PDF files. The new version also includes the ability to use it at the point-of-sale so that one-time signers, such as customers, clients and patients, can apply their graphical signature using a touch screen or tablet. The organization’s employee or agent then seals the document by applying their own digital signature. The new Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS) feature enables organizations using CoSign Central and CoSign Cloud to utilize the ADFS single sign-on environment. After configuring ADFS, documents can be signed with CoSign using the signer’s regular Active Directory name and password. The new CoSign Signature API provides an easy-to-use REST protocol for quickly integrating digital signatures with applications written in any software language on any application platform. The API enables users to sign PDF, Word, Excel, XML and other data types, verify signatures, and manage their graphical signatures and passwords. The new protocol can be used with both CoSign Central and CoSign Cloud.
ARX Introduces the Cosign Connector for the OpenText eDOCS Document Management Solution
May 28 14
ARX announced the CoSign Connector for OpenText eDOCS. This is the new addition to its long list of integrations with the document and content management systems, which also includes OpenText Content Server and HP Autonomy WorkSite. The new connector adds digital signature capabilities to the popular eDOCS document management system, enabling organizations that have invested in OpenText’s business automation tools to replace slow and inefficient paper-based signature processes with fast and secure digital ones. Using CoSign, eDOCS users can add digital signatures to PDF files and Word documents stored in their eDOCS document library via a simple and swift “right-click, sign” process. Their digital signatures can be easily verified for signer identity and intent, and content integrity by any recipient. By eliminating the need to interrupt automated processes by printing documents for the sake of adding signatures, CoSign helps organizations reduce costs and improve efficiency.
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