I'm writing a text where I have to reference 3 different entities.
- The "creator" of a document, which is the person who launched the request in a software system for the document to be created (aka, he or she who pressed the button)
- The "recipient" of the document, the one to whom the document is being made for and who will eventually receive the document
- The person on whom's behalf the creator is making the document for. This occurs when the creator is making a document for his or her boss. In such a case, for the recipient it will appear as if it was the boss who created and send the document because the document is signed by this entity and not the actual creator.
I would like to know if a single word exists that is as easy to understand as "creator" and "recipient" to grasp the concept of the third entity.