The successful digitisation of business processes is not an easy undertaking. The paperless office is rapidly becoming the norm for most businesses. Many core business tasks have been significantly improved through innovative technologies and solutions. One of the main drivers behind these enhancements is the desire of businesses for increased workplace productivity, efficiency and cost-effectiveness. In this blog, we discuss how eSignatures can help achieve these business goals.
The second blog in our series on the different types of eSignatures, this piece focuses on the differences between Advanced Electronic Signatures (AES) and Qualified Electronic Signatures (QES).
Not all electronic and digital signatures are the same. In this blog, we discuss choosing the right eSignature for your business.
At a basic level, users can use any mark on an electronic document to capture the signer’s intent to approve or accept the contents. The form of the “mark” or how it was created is not important. What is important is proving who made the mark and that no one made any changes subsequently.
There isn’t a business in the world that hasn’t issued or received an invoice at some point. They're essential to global businesses and without property security they're also a risk point. In this blog, we discuss electronic invoicing fraud prevention, cost effectiveness and digital signatures.
These critical documents keep international commerce flowing but it’s also easy to forget that raising, processing, approving and archiving these documents generates costs to a business.
Telecoms is a fast paced industry, with many organisations working with multiple partners across multiple disciplines to provide communications services to consumers and businesses. Time is always of the essence. In this blog, we discuss the many benefits eSignatures offer the telecoms industry.
Remote working has quickly become the new normal. As global businesses transition to remote channels, we discuss how eSignatures can help facilitate this process.
Many businesses that were initially sceptical have experienced the benefits and many will likely continue with remote working long after it’s necessary.
This is the first time that many organisations have rolled out remote working on such a scale and as a result it can take some adjusting to. As a global team with partners in multiple countries and time zones, we’ve learned a few things along the way. In this blog, we discuss SigningHub's top three working from home tips - and how they can make life easier.
Many companies have told staff to work from home and this has presented a challenge for some employees who are missing the means to operate remotely. In this blog, we discuss how to keep business moving with digital contracts and electronic signatures.
In this day and age, there is genuinely no reason to use paper for contracts, agreements, HR and other business documents. What is important is to ensure authenticity, trust and integrity of signed business documents.
Like many others, we have been affected financially by COVID-19, cancelling a major event at short notice. Thankfully our suppliers have been very helpful in rescheduling.
As a UK business that has been affected and in the spirit of helpfulness, we are offering any affected organisation a free 2500 e-signature pack to be used by all employees on our SigningHub cloud service.
In this blog, we answer some of the most frequently asked questions about electronic and digital signature laws and the legality of eSignatures so you can electronically sign with confidence.
One of the key concerns people have when switching to eSignatures is whether they have the same legal certainty as a paper and ink signature. Ensuring e-signed documents are legally enforceable in a court of law is critical, as no company wants to see its documents disputed.
Fertility clinics work within a highly sensitive sector where patient consent and comprehension must be irrefutable. MD Consents is acutely familiar with these requirements, particularly when the company launched its fertilityconsent.com service.