Category Archives: Digital Signature

How to apply the four eyes principle within a document workflow using Digital Signature

There are certain documents that must pass through quality checks before they can be released. That is because the recipient of the document requires a high level of assurance before he or she can execute its content. The 4-eyes principle is recommended to ensure the required quality process is applied before a document is released. But how can organizations apply this principle on digital document-based workflows? The four eyes principle, also known as the two-person […]

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How to easily on-board customers 100% online with an EU-Legally Binding Digital Signature

For European service providers, on-boarding new customers can be challenging and risky. At the same time, it can be annoying for customers: within the EU, legally binding signatures are required to sign agreements or documents. Businesses are therefore pressured to provide reliable, secure and better customer services, while at the same time reducing cost and risk. How can banks, energy providers, insurance companies and other service providers make sure this digital signature is legally binding, […]

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What it means not to have IndorseSign’s advantages

IndorseSign is a cloud-based service that is making life easier. Many companies are using it to remove the friction inherent in content and document management, e-signatures, authentication and electronic transactions. They are already profiting from the benefits IndorseSign offers. So, what are companies that are not using this solution missing out on? Compliancy The first important thing advantage companies will miss out on, is compliancy. Since September 2018, all organizations delivering public digital services in […]

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IndorseSign: an eIDAS compliant solution with must-have features for safe digital solutions

First introduced more than 20 years ago, digital signatures have experienced a rocky road to acceptance. There are many examples of cases over the years in which they were not allowed as a replacement for a so-called ‘wet’ signature. In some instances, electronically signed documents were only legal when a copy of the document with a wet signature was also available. Within the European Union, digital signatures are only allowed if they comply with eIDAS. […]

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A 5-step Approach For Implementing Digital Transaction Management Software

Once you have carefully selected software for Digital Transaction Management, following it up with a thought-through implementation plan is key. While you might have already made sure the software fits with your organization, only when you implement it properly will you be able to get maximum value out of your new system. Statistics show that over 80 percent of all implementations are unsuccessful, poorly executed or canceled before completion. Hereby a 5-step approach to implement […]

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5 Important Benefits Of Digital Signatures

The days having to wait ages for a contract in the mail, only to find out a signature is missing on a page, are over: more and more companies are switching to digital signatures, because it provides them with significant benefits. Unchangeable A huge benefit of a digital signature is that it guarantees a document is not changed in any way. According to the Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) protocol, two keys are needed to digitally […]

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