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Multiple signature

Multiple signatures may follow a preset order; all or just some signatures might be required to accept the documents as signed.

  • Single signature
    Single signature

    It is the simplest type, one or several documents that must be signed by a single signatory.

  • Parallel signature
    Parallel signature

    Documents are received at once by all the signatories and can be signed in any order. Signatures are either joint the signature of all the signatories is required, or joint and severally signatures (not all signatories must sign to be valid).

  • Sequential signature
    Sequential signature

    The signatories receive the documents to be signed following a preset order. A signatory will only receive the documents if the previous signer has signed them. More than one signatory is allowed per level or position, and signatures can be joint (all signatories must sign) or joint and severally signatures (not all signatories need to sign).

Signatories identification

We provide three different methods to authenticate the identity of the signatories.

Signatories identification

Email or mobile phone

It is the most basic authentication. Signatories can only access the signature page through a link sent either by email or by SMS.

Code by SMS

Code by SMS

Signatories must enter, at the time of signing, a code received by SMS and without it the document cannot be signed.

ID document

ID document

Signatories must upload, during the signing process, a snapshot of their ID document, passport or driving licence; this document is analysed, and the veracity of the data is validated.

*Available for customized solutions

Upload documentation

Request the signatories to upload documents during the signing process, such as payslip, bills, certified documents, identity documents, driving licences, etc. These documents can be included in the documentary evidence.

Upload documentation

Free API

Integrate Click & Sign into your applications, services or procedures simply and quickly. Our extensive API covers all the electronic signature environment, both administration and user side. And you don’t pay to use it.

Branding

Customize the elements of the signing process with your logo and your corporate colour.

Signature page

Signature page

Your logo will head the signature page of the documents, and your corporate colour will stand out.

Email

Email

Customize the text of all the communications to your clients, as well as adding the logo and your corporate colour to the emails.

Onboarding

Onboarding

Identify your users and validate their identity quickly, simply and entirely online,with their identity document, passport or driving license. You can find more information at Lleida.net website.

Document data extraction by using OCR with no validation.

eKYC OCR

Document data extraction by using OCR with no validation.

Reading of the document by using OCR and verification of the data.

eKYC Docs

Reading of the document by using OCR and verification of the data.

Add facial recognition to eKYC Docs with a selfie of your client.

eKYC Photo

Add facial recognition to eKYC Docs with a selfie of your client.

Like eKYC Photo, but video recording the entire process.

eKYC Video

Like eKYC Photo, but video recording the entire process.

*Available for customized solutions

Access code

Access code

Protect access to the signature page through a code that only the user knows.

Data export

Data export

Download all the data related to your deliveries in .csv and analyze them afterwards.

Creating templates

Creating templates

Create templates with your work flow and use them to quickly send documents to be signed.

Reminders

Reminders

Set reminders by SMS or email and make sure not to miss any document to be signed.

Notifications

Notifications

We track nine changes of signature/signers status so that you can notify everything.

Status tracking

Status tracking

Check at any time if a signature process is pending, signed, cancelled or incorrect.

Multidevice

Multidevice

100% compatible with any device of any size, without having to install anything.

Several languages

Several languages

The user interface and the documentary evidence is available in 5 languages.The documentary evidence can be set to bilingual.

Support

Support

We offer support via email, managed by our very human team.

Documentary evidence

It is the document with probative value with all the electronic evidence generated during the process of signing the documents, such as, IPs of all the devices involved, email addresses, mobile phones, etc.

Documentary evidence

FAQs

  • What are eSignatures?

    eSignature, or electronic signature is the digital equivalent of on-paper signatures. Electronic signatures are designed to make online signature processes easy and legally enforceable.

  • What are eSignatures used for?

    Electronic signatures are used to sign documents, contracts, transactions, agreements, loans, rentals, forms and orders,...

    In short, almost anything can be signed electronically.

  • What are the benefits of eSignature?

    Cost reduction, time saving, higher customer satisfaction, workflow automation, space-saving, to name but a few.

  • What are the types of eSignatures?

    The eIDAS Regulation defines three types of electronic signature simple, advanced and qualified signatures.

  • Are eSignatures legally binding?

    Yes. Electronic signatures across all the EU are governed by the Electronic Identification, Authentication and Trust Services (eIDAS) Regulation, a set of standards for electronic identification and trust services for electronic transactions. eIDAS defines 3 levels of eSignatures, simple electronic signature, advanced and qualified.

    An advanced eSignature based on a qualified certificate satisfies the legal requirements of a signature the same way as an on-paper handwritten signature.

    Our eSignatures are advanced electronic signatures since they are:

    • uniquely linked to and capable of identifying the signatory;
    • created in a way that allows the signatory to retain control;
    • linked to the document in a way that any subsequent change of the data is detectable.
  • Can I access the documentary evidence of my eSignature processes?

    Yes, we issue a documentary evidence with all the data involved in the communication; which can be viewed and downloaded from your account.

  • What is the documentary evidence?

    It is a PDF document with all the details of the signature process including:

    • Data related to Registered Emails and Registered SMS-s sent and received such as: content, email addresses, mobile numbers, IPs involved, dates and times of the written communications
    • The signed documents
    • Technical annexes
    • OTP, click-to-sign or handwritten signature used to sign
    • Attachments

    The documentary evidence is digitally signed, and time stamped by a certificate authority. Thus, content remains tamper-proof.

  • Are eSignatures legal in the European Union?

    Yes. Electronic signatures across all the EU are governed by the Electronic Identification, Authentication and Trust Services (eIDAS) Regulation, a set of standards for electronic identification and trust services for electronic transactions.

  • Are eSignatures legal in the US?

    Yes. ESIGN Act is a United States federal law passed by the US Congress to facilitate the use of electronic records and electronic signatures. Federal and state law gives electronic signatures the same legal status as handwritten signatures.

    That being said, some states may have additional regulations, or compliance requirements. But these requirements exist for both paper and electronic processes.

  • Are eSignatures legal in other countries?

    Many countries worldwide adopted eSignature and eCommerce laws, for instance:

    • India (Information Technology Act 2000)
    • Canada (Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act)
    • China (Electronic Signature Law 2004)
    • The Russian Federation (Electronic Signature Law 2011)
    • Australia (section 10 of the Electronic Transactions Act 1999)
    • Japan (Law Concerning Electronic Signatures and Certification Services)
    • Mexico (E-Commerce Act 2000)

    Click & Sign is compliant to OECD - UNCITRAL - ICC regulations.

    For a legal opinion on the enforceability of eSignatures in any given country and local data residency requirements, consult your legal counsel.