Business with e-Signatures: Does it Work in Malaysia?
With the onset of Covid-19 and the businesses going into various degrees of lock-down, many companies have been forced to re-look at some of their business processes.
With staff and clients now working from home, obtaining manual signatures can be both costly and time-consuming, especially when bundles have to be couriered to every single signatory.
Can this process be replaced with electronic signatures, and yet meet business, legal and administrative requirements?
Join us for a 2-hour online forum to discuss this topic of interest.
Date: 22nd July 2020, Wednesday
Time: 10.00 am – 12.00 pm
Venue: Online via Microsoft Teams Meeting
About the Panelist:
|MODERATOR: Vincent Choy | Senior Consultant, Fedelis Sdn Bhd||Vincent is well known in Microsoft circles. He has been awarded the coveted Microsoft MVP title for 7 years running and appears frequently in news media discussing various topics in IT.|
|PANELIST: David Chang | Vice President, HelloSign||David has been with HelloSign for 5 years and is in charge of business development and channels. He will be joining this forum from San Francisco.|
|PANELIST: Lim Yew Yi | Partner, Kerk & Partners||Yew Yi is a partner in Kerk & Partners. He will be sharing on the use of e-signatures and its legality under the Malaysian Electronic Commerce Act 2006.|
|PANELIST: Linda Kong | Finance & Admin Manager, Fedelis Sdn Bhd||Linda has been handling finance and operations work throughout her career. Most recently, she has also assumed the roles of sales and business development. She will be sharing her perspective on how some of the business operations can be efficiently processed with e-signatures.|