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Subject:  E-Sig Development Tools for Java Date:  3/9/2001  11:04 AM
Author:  SeaPhantom Number:  92 of 94

CIC Releases
Electronic Signature
Development Tools for the Java

Wed Mar 7 14:00:00 2001 GMT

REDWOOD SHORES, Calif., March 7 /PRNewswire/ --
Communication Intelligence Corporation (Nasdaq: CICI)
("CIC"), bringing you "The Power to Sign Online(TM),"
announced today the release of its electronic signature
development tool, iSign(TM) for the Java platform. The
product enables the implementation of electronic signatures
for e-Commerce applications over the Internet and
corporate Intranets where Java support is of the utmost

iSign enables businesses to reduce fraudulent transactions
by capturing handwritten signatures online and binding
them to specific transactions. For sensitive transactions,
where the user's identity needs to be more fully
established, iSign also provides verification of the
customer's signature based on the biometric elements of the

Russ Davis, Vice President of Product Development &
Support for CIC commented, "Large scale enterprises need
the flexibility of Java to ensure that electronic signature
solutions are capable of being deployed on various
operating system platforms. iSign for Java provides this
flexibility. We have identified a significant growth
opportunity for our electronic signature products in those
organizations that must embrace the workflow automation
process and the elimination of paper in order to reduce
costs and keep pace with their competitors."

The signature capture and retrieval solutions enabled by
iSign, help to significantly reduce operating expenses
associated with processing, handling, storing and
retrieving traditional paper documents that require a
handwritten signature. Transaction examples include online
purchase receipts, account applications, loan documents,
contracts and insurance forms. iSign greatly increases the
speed of such transactions by allowing a document to be
signed and submitted electronically eliminating the need to
print and mail applications or forms. For more detail
information about iSign please visit our website at

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