I too think the process of setting up a self-signed certificate would be problematic. Since the digital ID would be set up on your computer and not theirs, there's really no way to prove that it was the customer who signed. You might want to look into the new EchoSign feature for e-signing.
In my requirement, a person will go with tablet to the customer and tablet will have a document that needs to be filled by each customer.
The person will fill out the form and customer will sign it on the tablet. I just want to make the process easy, digital signing in not a very easy process and not very secured because customer might thing why we are saving the sign on our tablet. Also, if we have 1000s of signs saved, it will be dificult to manage all the signs and every time customer have to put the password (and remember the password). This process is way too long and not efficient.
Do I have EchoSign feature in Adobe Acrobat X Pro version 10.0 ?
By looking at the Echosign feature online it seems like anybody can sign the document by just typing the name and the sign is based on the name, what if someone's sign is different ? Also the document needs to be emailed to echosign website then to receiver. It takes times, what if customer is on site and now in front of computer ?
Also I am thinking about adding ink pen on my document so that anybody can sign it, what do you think about this alternative ?
Yes, see the Sign panel. EchoSign allows the user to draw their signature as part of the process.