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However, eSignatures and Digital Signatures give slightly different levels of guarantee within the signature and document. So, what are the differences?
Most eSignature systems will:
These details are then encrypted with a hash code that can be invalidated which shows whether the sealed document has since been tampered with.
The second level of security is the hash encryption of the whole document. Checking this hash against the document is another way to check its validity.
The main advantage when using eSignatures is that the signee can view and sign the document without having to log into any system. However, for some types of documents, for example in highly regulated industries, this is not seen as sufficient.
A digital signature is one where the signer has to log in to a system before they can sign a document. This is seen as an additional level of proof that the signee is who they claim to be. The hash encryption used for eSignatures is apparent here as well.
Requiring a potential customer to create a login to a digital signature system can create friction in the sales process, and since eSignatures have just as much legal validity as traditional signatures in many countries, they are usually sufficient
If your industry regulation mandates it, or the transaction value is very high, you may decide that the extra friction and inconvenience to the signee is worth it. Our e-forms module can power up your e-signature capabilities, to find out more, please book a demo with us today.
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