With electronic signature you sign documents online, just like with paper documents. Electronic signatures are designed to make signing process seamless, and legally binding.
Electronic signatures help you to close deals, sign documents, loans, rentals, order forms. All in all, if it has to be signed, it can be electronically signed.
The user receives an email or SMS with a link to access to the signature page or from a link or button placed at your corporate webpage.
Signing is as easy as entering an OTP received by SMS or by clicking on a button. The user can first upload documentation from the same page, such as payslips or bills.
Send documents to be signed by email or SMS, from the provided management area or redirect users from your website to the signature page.
You can send documents to be signed, manage the current deliveries, or configure the patterns to optimise your signature processes from the management area.
With Click & Sign API totally free of charge, you can fully integrate electronic signature solutions into your ERP or CRM.
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.
Pay solely for the usage you make of the platform. No minimum consumption. Hassle and commitment-free. Only pay for what you use.
Request the signatories to upload documents during the signing process,such as payslips, bills, certified documents, identity documents, driving licenses, etc. These documents can be included in the documentary evidence if you want.
Customize the elements of the signing process with your logo and your corporate colour.
Your logo will head the signature page of the documents, and your corporate colour will stand out.
Customize the text of all the communications to your clients, and adding the logo and your corporate colour to the emails.
Multi-signatures can follow a pre-defined order, or be signed in any order; and all signatures or only some signatures may be requested for documents to be accepted as signed.
The simplest type is one or several documents that a single signatory must sign
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).
The signatories receive the documents to be signed following a pre-set 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).
We provide three different methods to authenticate the identity of the signatories.
The most basic authentication. Signatories can only access the signature page through a link sent either by email or SMS.
Signatories must enter an OTP received by SMS that is required to sign the document at the time of signing.
During the signing process, signatories must upload a snapshot of their ID document, passport or driving licence; this document is analysed, and the data is validated
Integrate Click & Sign into your applications, services or procedures simply and quickly.
Our extensive API covers all the electronic signature environments, both the administrative and user side. And it’s free.
All documents generated during the entire signature process are stored in the cloud for 5 years, in compliance with legal requirements, being always available for download if required at no extra cost.
Send documents for signature directly to an unlimited number of users with a single click.
Attach a CSV file with the data of all the signatories you want to send. You can also send multi-signatures, set up different signature levels or request documentation from your signatories
Click & Sign's platform is offered in 13 languages:
Arabic, Bulgarian, Danish, Catalan, Dutch, English, French, German, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Spanish, Swedish, Euskera, and Arabic.