Fully digital process
The service supports digital transformation and electronic processes by removing the need to print documents for signature, and doing away with the need to rescan them once signed.
Sign from anywhere
Signatories can sign wherever they are, whenever it suits them, using any connected device.
You can sign a document electronically with a single click at your PC or using a mobile app on your tablet or smartphone. Depending on the electronic signature software you use, you may be able to sign multiple documents with a single action. You can do this with Konica Minolta's Digital Signature Book, for example.
Electronic signature authentication generally uses the PKI protocol. E-signatures are also usually time-stamped so that, if a document is changed after it's been signed, the e-signature is invalidated.
Electronic signatures are legally valid and have the same legal effect as their written equivalents as long as certain requirements are met. These include:
For electronic signatures that hold up in court, look for a solution like Konica Minolta's Digital Signature Book that complies with eIDAS, the EU regulation on electronic identification and trust services for electronic transactions in the European Single Market.
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