As more and more business is conducted online, the need for adding digital signatures to documents increases. Signicat Sign offers a flexible solution for adding electronic signatures to text and PDF documents. When the document is signed, it contains information about who signed the document, when the signature was added, that the signature was valid when the document was signed. It can later be verified that the document has not been modified after it was signed. All of this information is stored in the document and can later be used as legal evidence, as well as for non-repudiation.
Signicat delivers an online electronic signing service that is fast and easy to use. It allows users to sign multiple documents, upload own documents and write personal information which gets integrated in the signed documents. For organizations, this means saving time and money by automating previously manual processes and increasing self-service capabilities.
The Signicat signing solutions are used by government agencies, banks, insurance companies and online-retail companies.
Signing with Public eID schemes
Signicat delivers a wide selection of public eID-schemes which can be used for digital signature. Signing with public eID methods provides a high level of assurance of the identity of the signer, enabling safe and secure online signing processes. Another option is that the user verifies his identity through methods such as SMS-OTP (One Time Password as a text message) or MobileID (Fingerprint on mobile device).
Ink sign is Signicat’s method for signing physically on digital devices. This method can be combined with our other signature methods, in combination with a SMS-OTP, identity paper upload or as a stand-alone solution. Ink sign is very easy to use and is a good choice for in-store settings or other scenarios where the users are physically available.
Signing a document and validating a electronic signature
Our solutions are based on international standards and comply with international signature regulation.
|Compliant with EU Directive on Electronic Signature||More information|
|Time-Stamp Protocol (RFC 3161)||More information|
|Compliant with eIDAS Regulation||More information|
|Policy requirements for time-stamping authorities (ETSI TS 102 023)||More information|
|Long term validation|