On 13th August 2018, Ascertia is launching the second SigningHub Summer ’18 release (v7.6). This release offers even more exciting features and functionality - many of which have been requested by you, our valued customers and partners. Please get in touch with your feedback!
On 7th June 2018, Ascertia is launching the SigningHub Summer ’18 release (v7.5). This release brings many exciting enhancements and custom settings to ensure that regardless of industry sector and use case, SigningHub offers the ultimate flexibility along with a great user experience. Please get in touch with your feedback!
On 20th January 2018, Ascertia is launching the SigningHub Winter ’18 release (v7.4). This release is all about improved speed and usability ensuring that all of the new and exciting features deliver you, our customers and partners, a great experience - thank you for your feedback!
On 9th September 2017, Ascertia launched the SigningHub Autumn ’17 release (v7.3). This release includes powerful performance enhancements, additional API calls and expanded user functionality to enable the ultimate signing experience!
Invoices are an integral part of any business. Most organisations now have electronic invoicing systems and archive documents in digital form. This is much more efficient than paper and post but digital documents still need to be created and archived securely to prevent fraud.
eIDAS comes into effect across 28 EU Member States today. The regulation’s aim is to enable greater cross-border recognition of electronic Trust Services (eTS) and eIDs.
On 31st May, Ascertia launched the SigningHub Summer '16 release (v6.5). With a new mobile app and support for mobile web, this release provides the best user experience to date!
On 22nd February Ascertia launches SigningHub Spring '16 release (v6.4). Packed full of features and security this revision builds on the solid foundation and simply improves the best signing service available.
Have you considered whether your e-signatures can survive court scrutiny? It's unlikely you would be asking your customers, employees or partners to sign documents unless you wanted their agreement to be legally-binding in case of disputes.