Sinerix’s SecureSign available on Grey Matter’s cloud portal

Sinerix’s SecureSign available on Grey Matter’s cloud portal
The e-signature and ID verification software works directly with Microsoft Office 365 applications

Elly Yates-Roberts |

Cloud technology provider Sinerix and software firm Grey Matter have partnered to provide customers with e-signature and ID verification software SecureSign on Grey Matter’s cloud subscription management portal GMCirrus. The software works directly with Microsoft Office 365 applications. 

Developed by Sinerix, SecureSign includes built-in ID verification technology, allowing clients to securely and quickly manage document signing and onboarding processes.

“In the past year, Grey Matter has helped over 4,000 customers to refine their digital infrastructure and modernise their business,” said Matthew Whitton, managing director of Grey Matter. “We were impressed by the technology behind Sinerix’s solutions and are delighted to be working with them. Their electronic signature and ID authentication solutions enable our customers to do more whilst reducing environmental impact, saving costs and speeding up processes internally. This, in turn, will help to improve efficiency, security and customer experience.”

SecureSign is compatible with Microsoft Office 365 apps, making it easier for customers from all sectors to integrate it into their daily workflow. 

“Grey Matter has an enviable reputation as a leading channel partner in the sector, and we are particularly impressed with the enthusiastic and professional way in which the whole team has adopted the Sinerix platform,” said David Kern, CEO of Sinerix. “We are very much looking forward to a close and successful working relationship with the Grey Matter team.

With identity theft on the rise our solutions help businesses speed up document workflow while reducing unnecessary risks when sending confidential data to an unknown recipient.”

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