Reduce costs and risks with Electronic Signature
New legal framework as a
In the last few years, the electronic identification and signature have been established and regulated. The EU regulation on electronic identification and trust services for electronic transactions, eIDAS, and the Swiss Federal Law on the electronic signature, ZertES, are a strong growth driver for electronic signature.
QES as a
The digital signature standard with the highest assurance level and legal value is known as the Qualified Electronic Signature (QES) standard. When digitally signing a transaction or contract, a QES is legally equivalent to a handwritten signature in all EU countries, where the regulation is enforced.
Agreements are available at all times to all signatories through a dedicated user portal. Anyone authorized to sign an agreement can do it from anywhere around the globe.
Go Digital with Open Web Technology
OpenWT supports you in establishing an end-to-end electronic signature solution: From designing and implementing a customized user platform and writing an integration concept to the actual integration of identification and electronic signing services.
4 opportunities for companies
Increase user experience
A streamlined signing process will bring...
The process of signing documents can be significantly shortened by eliminating manual steps like printing, physical signing, sending documents via post or validating and scanning documents returned by a third signatory.
Full availability of data
With an electronic signature solution, you have the important data always at hand. No matter where or when, key roles can conclude a deal through a mobile device within seconds. Thereby, you reduce your time to market and create a competitive advantage.
High cost reductions
Administrative overhead is reduced, and your skilled employees can focus on their valuable core competencies. Reduce your ecological footprint through eliminated printing and logistic expenses.