It’s a common practice in various kinds of business for documents to be double-checked and approved by the responsible people before they are signed. But sometimes it happens that this step is somehow missed and may cause unwanted issues.
2018 was super exciting for us with the rebrand, new partnerships and hard work to introduce you new features. 2019 is not going to be different! Here’s a little sneak peek to what you can expect next year!
From now on, procurement contracts with suppliers and customer lending documents at Luminor bank in all the Baltic countries will be signed electronically, using Dokobit.
So you’ve received a document to sign, but what if it’s not you who should sign the document in your organisation? Ask the sender to re-share this document with the right person? Well, it just got way simpler!
Since November 8, 2018, Smart-ID has been officially certified as a qualified signature creation device (QSCD). This means that from now on new Smart-ID accounts will allow to create qualified e-signatures rather than advanced ones as before.
Office of the Chief Archivist of Lithuania is planning to renew ADoc document format specifications this year in order to ensure security and originality of documents.
Ever had a thought how cool and convenient it would be to sign documents in the same program you prepare them? Say, Microsoft Word? Well, we’ve been thinking about that for a while and today we are proud to announce that this possibility has just become real!
Dokobit offers a range of different e-signature-based APIs — from e-identification to e-signing. While some of the products are self-explanatory, others might get you a bit confused as the distinctions lie a bit deeper, depending on your resources, goals and other variables.
Been wondering and couldn’t decide which Dokobit plan is the best for you? Here’s a little help for you.