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Creating and providing electronic signatures has never been this easy. With the proper tools, QTSPs can launch their eIDAS-compliant remote electronic signing services right away, offering their customers the opportunity to create electronic signatures in a fast and hassle-free manner. i4p has summarized in this whitepaper how you can pick the best service for your organization and how to get started.
An electronic signature as a legal concept is about having a lasting digital record of an individual’s intent. It can legally substitute a handwritten signature or an official company seal stamp certifying the authenticity of the signature in the digital world. To put it simply, it is digital data attached to or logically associated with other digital data, that the signer seeks to verify. Electronic signatures have been used for over 20 years in fields varying from banking and finance to e-government and legal services. An electronic signature has the same legal standing as a handwritten signature as long as it adheres to specific requirements. In the European Union these requirements are listed under eIDAS, the regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council on electronic identification and trust services for electronic transactions in the internal market.
But which type of electronic signature fits your needs the most? How do you get started with launching your own electronic signature services? i4p guides you through with this process in this whitepaper.
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