Are electronic signatures legally valid? In today’s world, electronic signatures are becoming more and more important. They allow documents to be signed without physical presence. But what about the legal recognition of electronic signatures? Are electronic signatures legally valid? This article looks at the legitimacy of electronic signatures and the requirements.
Electronic signatures in Switzerland according to ZertES. Many Swiss companies are in the middle of the digital transformation. An important component in this is the legally secure electronic signature, which is finding increasing support and users in the business environment. But what do companies in Switzerland have to consider? Which documents can be signed electronically in Switzerland and what types of signatures are there?
EU Commission wants a uniform proof of identity. eIDAS is a regulation on electronic identification and trust services for electronic transactions in the internal market. It officially came into force in 2016. This means that contracts can also be concluded digitally…
This is what sets inSign apart from other solutions. There are many electronic signature providers. A closer look reveals important differences between these various competitors such as DocuSign, AdobeSign and the like. These may not be apparent at first glance. That is…
Prepare documents with inSign. There are a range of options for creating forms that can be filled out. One of those is to use the inSign software solution. Documents can be furnished with form fields and then electronically completed and signed using inSign.…
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