Concert Offers MFA Signature with Permanent Record
Today, Concert launched multi-factor authentication (MFA) on our platform for all digital signatures. We made this step to raise the bar on digital signatures to exceed the highest standards required by AHJ’s across the country. MFA ensures that only rightful account owners have control over when their signature and professional seal is being applied to data files using Concert.
Did you know that 42 US states now allow for electronic seals and signatures?
Concert is the only technology in the world that allows you to sign and seal any type of data file with your professional credentials. Whether it is a BIM or spreadsheet for a general contractor, an immersive visualization for an Owner, or even machine readable code for a fabricator, Concert is your essential tool for digital practice.
Isn’t it time to embrace your digital practice and get in Concert?
Multi-Factor Authentication for Signatures
What is multi-factor authentication? – Multi-factor authentication (MFA), also called two-factor authentication or 2FA, is a proven process of requiring users to provide two or more verification factors to assure the identity of the person applying their seal and digital signature using Concert.
How does it work? – For a new user Concert will require MFA to be setup before you are permitted to apply to register your signature and seal credentials. If you already have a registered credential with Concert then just follow the prompt on the start page to setup MFA.
To use MFA you will be required to have a smartphone with one of many popular authenticator apps installed. Examples include Microsoft Authenticator, Google Authenticator, and Authy. The process takes only minutes, and once complete your digital signature is secured and ready to go into action.
Anything Else? – You asked and we heard you. With the introduction of MFA, the signature process has been streamlined with substantially fewer clicks and pages to navigate. You will find signing your digital work easier than ever.