Namirial launches tablets for document signing, digital signage

Namirial, providers of Digital Transaction Management software, recently launched its NT 10011 and NT10012 tablets for reading and signing documents electronically. Businesses can also use the tablets to push digital signage messaging when customers are not using them, according to a press release.

NT10011 is designed for use with a stylus and NT10012 has a touchscreen. Both pads have a 10.1-inch screen and can support a variety of businesses at point-of-sale, including banking, retail, public services and health care.

"We have designed these pads to integrate our experience in capturing hundreds of millions of handwritten signatures using Namirial e-signature solutions. We put a dedicated emphasis on usability, ergonomics and evidential weight of captured signature data, Luigi Tomasini, CEO, Namirial, said in the release.

"Hence these pads come in a modern flat design and allow flexible positioning in landscape and portrait modes. Signature data is captured with a high sample rate and transmitted to e-signature software running on the desktop system or as a cloud service using strong RSA/AES encryption."

Topics: Display Technology, Hardware, Retail

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