Have you ever wondered how to clearly depict in document’s content that it’s been signed electronically? As we sometimes get this question, we thought we’d share an answer with all of you.
It’s finally here! We’ve just launched Dokobit mobile app for iOS, so from now on you will be able to sign and manage your documents on the go even more conveniently! Don’t worry, Android is on its way too.
From now on Dokobit portal is available for Polish citizens. We now support Polish Certum USB tokens and smart cards. Electronic signatures are becoming more and more popular in Poland.
Signing hundreds of paper documents is the daily routine of large businesses and one of the biggest resource wasters. However, the growing digitalisation of life and business has already made document signing a convenient process both within the organisation and while working with partners or customers.
Electronic services have been fighting their way to our everyday lives for a while now. You’d think that with the increasing number of e-services for both businesses and individuals, electronic means to access those services should spread as well. However, the study of European Commission states otherwise.
As e-seal is becoming more and more popular among companies, it is surely useful to know all about them. If you want to learn more what e-seal is, where to use it, in what forms it exists and which one to choose, this post is for you.
E-signature sometimes means not only saved time but also an increased number of customers. This can be confirmed by Biuro Baltic, creators of the recruitment platform workis.online.
Probably every business owner knows what a seal or a stamp is. Well, e-Seal in general is the same thing, the only difference — it’s in an electronic form. The most important thing here is that it belongs to a legal entity rather than a natural person.
Let’s start spring with the presents! Integrate Smart-ID or m-signature functionality to your systems and don’t pay for transactions for 3 months!