Ottawa, ON (Feb 13th, 2017) — Signority, Inc. publishes their first annual Valentine’s Day infographic that reviews the logistics of  the flower industry and its effects on the environment.

Signority, Inc.( the easiest and most secure electronic signature( platform serving the small and medium-sized business (SME) community, has released its latest infographic, “The Environmental Cost of Valentine’s Day”, a high-level view through the logistics of the flower industry that visually depicts the environmental effects of Valentine’s day.

Flowers, especially roses, have always been a symbol of love, new beginnings, hope and are the ideal gift for Valentine's Day. The infographic lets readers get an understanding of where these flowers come from, how many paper contacts get signed in the process, and most importantly, what the environmental effects are of the paperwork.

The explosion of technology and rapid increase in online spending, are proving that a complete digital future is inevitable. Yet, the flower industry still seems to be using dated paper contracts, directly resulting in hundreds of trees lost in the process and other negative environmental effects, for no reason.

The infographic begins with a breakdown of the flower industry and reveals high-level statistics. Moving forward, the infographic highlights several key areas that could benefit from going paperless. Through the release of this infographic, Signority, a strong promoter of the “paperless movement”, hopes to help businesses rethink their paper contract processes.

Signority is a fast-growing, secure electronic signature and digital signatures provider, with unique pricing transparency. The Signority platform was designed to automate the document signing process & reduce management costs — so business owners can focus on growing their business.

To view the Infographic, visit: “The environmental effects of paper contracts on Valentine’s Day” (

About Signority Inc.
Signority Inc. is an Ottawa-based SaaS company that is dedicated to make it easy and secure for growing businesses to legally sign electronic documents. Their platform allows for the management of legal document workflows by offering a digital signature solution to easily access, verify, sign and certify documents from anywhere in the world, on any device.

For media inquiries, contact:
Dan Lawrence
(C/O Signority)
981 Wellington Street West,
Suite # 301
Ottawa, ON
K1Y 2Y1
Email: [email protected]