The MobbSign solution allows you to sign documents using your handwritten signature, with legal validity, from a digital device (iPad, tablets, smartphones, pen tablet,...) without paper.
Streamline your company procedures, save money and say goodbye to paper.
In this video you can see how MobbSign works and check how easy and comfortable is to safely sign any document and share it from anywhere in the world.
The document is received on the device, where the user could sign using their handwritten signature. The biometric features of the signature are encrypted and stored inside the document. Once sent to the server, the document is digitally signed by a certifying authority to ensure the integrity of the document.
Your company can eliminate paper documents. This has a number of advantages:
- Improved procedures (decrease times, effort,...).
- Cost-effective (reduces direct, storage and mailing costs).
- Mobility. Sign documents anywhere and anytime.
- Simplicity. No need for digital certificates for the user.
In case of dispute, this application will extract the biometric signature from the document and provide the forensic document examiner with a signature analysis tool to verify the identity of the author.
The legal validity of the biometric signature of the document is achieved in two ways:
- The identity of the document author can be determined both manually (by an expert) and automatically, with a high level of certainty.
- The signature is embedded in the document and cannot be removed, except by injuction.
As well as the mobile application, the solution comes with a complete document management platform allowing you to digitally sign and send documents to other people and to keep track of their life-cycle.
Both the management platform and the forensic signature analyzer are multi-platform applications. The mobile application is available for iOS and Android devices (smartphones and tablets), making the solution available to a wide range of users.
MobbSign also supports standard digital signatures. This permits the use of ID cards as an alternative to biometric signatures.