The timestamp and its relationship with the electronic signature

Posted by media on September 21, 2017 at 9:00 AM

A timestamp is a mechanism that allows to prove the integrity of a series of data. That means it demonstrates that this data existed in a specific moment, and has not been altered since then.

The integrity is precisely one of the requirements that allows for a signature process to be secure and to have full legal guarantees for all parties. In this post we explain the importance of integrity in an electronic signature process, and how to achieve it thanks to a timestamp.

This post is also available in Spanish.

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Topics: Electronic Signature

How to verify your customers’ digital identity?

Posted by media on August 3, 2017 at 9:00 AM

It sounds paradoxical that the CEO of a security company such as Securitas had his digital identity stolen. But this is what happened to Alf Göransson, the general director of said company in Sweden.

The damages this caused, not only for Göransson himself but also for Securitas, and also for the bank that granted the loan to the hacker, shows the importance of validating your clients’ digital identity.  

In this post we explain the concepts of digital identity authentication and validation, and we explain the 5 extra authentication methods that we offer in Signaturit.  

This post is also available in Spanish.

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Topics: Electronic Signature

What are the differences between the electronic signature, the digital signature and the digitized signature?

Posted by media on July 20, 2017 at 9:00 AM

If you're beginning to read this post, it's because you have also wondered if the electronic signature, the digital signature and the digitized signature are the same. The confusion between these three terms arises because they are often used as synonyms, and in some articles they speak of the digital signature, when they are actually talking about the electronic signature, or the digitized, or vice versa.

The truth is that these three types of signatures are not the same, and in this post we explain how they differ.

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What kind of documents are most frequently signed with eSignatures?

Posted by media on June 27, 2017 at 9:00 AM

If you've heard about electronic signatures, you've probably wondered what kind of documents can be signed with this technological solution. The answer is: any document, since the electronic signature is legal and its advantages - easy to use, security and speed - are suitable for all type of documents and contracts.

However, through our experience offering electronic signature solutions to thousands of customers, we have been able to identify which documents are most frequently signed with this tool.

In this post we talk about the 5 types of documents most signed by our clients with our advanced electronic signature solution since we started, and we will comment on what additional benefits they receive in each case.

This post is also available in Spanish.

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5 digital tools to develop the potential of your sales department

Posted by media on June 13, 2017 at 9:00 AM

Have you ever calculated how much time it takes your company from starting a sales process until the sales team finally closes an agreement and the contract is signed by the client? Surely, that time could be reduced to at least half.

The key is knowing how to optimize the sales processes and deciding which tools your sales team needs to do more in less time. In this post, we propose five digital tools that will increase the productivity in your sales department, expand their capabilities, and will help them to be more effective in their commercial work.

This post is also available in Spanish.

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Topics: Electronic Signature

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