RPost, a provider of e-signature and certified digital correspondence services, launched mobile versions of its registered email and e-signature services at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show held in Las Vegas last week. It joins a number of other e-signature service providers in the mobile business communication service, including DocuSign and EchoSign.

RPost Mobile, which provides registered email that allows third-party proof that a message was sent or received and digital sender and recipient e-signatures, are available for tablets, iPhones, Android smartphones and BlackBerrys.

RPost, a provider of e-signature and certified digital correspondence services, launched mobile versions of its registered email and e-signature services at this year’s Consumer Electronics Show held in Las Vegas last week. It joins a number of other e-signature service providers in the mobile business communication service, including DocuSign and EchoSign.

RPost Mobile, which provides registered email that allows third-party proof that a message was sent or received and digital sender and recipient e-signatures, are available for tablets, iPhones, Android smartphones and BlackBerrys.

One of the features that stands out for RPost Mobile, said RPost CEO Zafar Khan, along with its broad virtual communication suite, is the ability to record consent via the body text of an email. Users can also guarantee the delivery and dispatch of an email, he said, which enhances a busy real estate agent’s on-the-go life.

The new service also allows mobile users, and their email recipients, to e-sign documents within the email itself or in more formal, attached documents.

RPost’s main offerings can be put into three categories: proof, privacy and e-signatures. By registering dispatch and/or receipt of a communication by a third party, real estate agents can guarantee fulfillment of contract deadlines. RPost also offers protection for sensitive data, like bank account information, via encryption.

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