Qualified Electronic Signatures are defined by eIDAS (Electronic IDentification And Trust Services),
a European Union regulation that oversees the levels of Electronic Signatures and their legal status.
eIDAS defines Qualified Electronic Signature as being equivalent to a handwritten signature.
It requires a complex framework of certification and registration authorities
as well as specific certificates and e-archiving.
Strongest level of electronic signature, equivalent to a handwritten signature.
A Qualified Electronic Signature has the same legal value in all member states of the European Union.
In the event of a litigation, the burden of proof falls on your customers, as would be the case with a handwritten signature.
Benefit from the simplicity of our platform, which enforces the binding measures required for the implementation of qualified electronic signatures.
Your project can be easily implemented within 3 months, accompanied by dedicated experts for large-scale deployments.
A fully compliant solution that is audited annually, QuickSign holds privileged relationships with regulatory bodies.
Our focus is continuous optimization of customer experience, with a long-term commitment for enriched Qualified Electronic Signature services.
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