PRESS RELEASE: Topaz Releases pDoc Signature SDKs for Building Custom PDF Signing Applications
Director of Marketing
Simi Valley, CA - October 23, 2014 - Topaz Systems, Inc., announces the release of its pDoc® Electronic Signature Developer SDKs for building custom applications that capture, embed, and authenticate handwritten signatures in digital signature fields in PDF documents, using Topaz electronic signature pads or Windows 8 tablets.
With the SigEmbed SDK, developers can create and fill standard, secure digital signature fields in PDF documents, embed signatures made with SigCapture, and verify the signed fields. It works to preserve the raw signature data for authentication using Topaz patented software and techniques. The pDoc Signature SDKs can be integrated into PC applications running on Windows XP and above, and Windows 8 Pro tablets and above. The pDoc Signature SDKs include SigCapture and SigEmbed for download at the pDoc Signature SDKs download page.
"These powerful SDKs for developers are among the latest examples of Topaz's leadership in the field of electronic signature software and pads," says Anthony Zank, President and CEO of Topaz. "Through these tools, our customers continue to benefit from the network effects of the large installed base of Topaz pads and software associated with the Topaz eSign Ecosystem®, with millions of software licenses and pads deployed over the past 15 years."
Topaz Systems is a leading developer and manufacturer of electronic signature software and hardware, and has been based in Simi Valley, California since 1995. Topaz provides all the hardware, software, intellectual property and expertise to enable paperless document creation, signing, and authentication of electronic forms with digital handwritten signatures. Topaz has developed an extensive eSign patent portfolio, and is the recipient of multiple industry awards including being a multiple consecutive winner of the Deloitte Technology Fast 50 and Fast 500, along with Inc 500 and 5000 awards for outstanding growth.