CM Sign Pro

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Suitable for: Corporate

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Fast and Secure Digital Signing with CM Sign

Save Time and Costs

Save time & money by making the signing processes electronic and completely paperless.

Faster Result and Turnover

Companies that switched to Sign get contracts signed returned 7 days earlier on average.

Easy to Use

Use Sign on any device via our web application or automate your workflows via our API.

Reduce Risks

Your private documents are processed more securely than via physical alternatives.

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Why Use Sign for Digital Signatures?

By choosing Sign, you can rest assured that your electronic signature processes are 100% secure as well as legally binding. And: it will reduce your negative environmental footprint.

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    Increase open rates by sending documents via SMS or mail

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    Invoicing based on results: only pay for a fully signed document

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    Ability to integrate an API to automate workflows

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    Add an extra layer of security with Two-factor authentication

Calculate the Impact of Digital Signing for You

The classic way of signing documents is a time-consuming and costly process. Digital signing solves this! Use the SavingsCheck to quickly calculate the impact of digital signing for you.

Sign up and get started today. The first 3 documents are completely free.

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Provide a Seamless E-Signature Experience

With Sign you can easily send PDF and Word documents to co-signers who can digitally sign these files on their mobile phone, tablet, laptop, or any other device. Once signed, contracts are time-stamped and secured with a certificate.

Complete agreements faster, close more deals and increase sales. Automate the entire contract process and securely manage how and where you centralize your documents.

Secure and Legally-Binding Signatures

Both you and your customers want to know that the data you send is completely secure. By choosing Sign, you can rest assured that your electronic signature processes are 100% secure as well as legally binding, giving you peace of mind and helping you build trust with your customers.

All documents for signing are stored on our servers physically located in The Netherlands. To comply with GDPR we store as little information as possible. By default, we do not store your documents longer than 30 days.

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Digital Signing Easier than Ever Before

Sign 2.0 brings you the latest exciting design enhancements, based on current UX insights.

Clearer symbols and an improved menu structure, with color-coded symbols to help you track and monitor the progress, make it even easier to send out contracts and documents.

Our guides help you align fields for signatures and initials. They appear automatically when you create a field, making it easier to send professional-looking documents.

Accelerate Every Stage of Any Signing Process

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Quotes

Create interactive, error-free quotes in a few clicks

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Contracts

Create contracts with pre-approved templates

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Identification

Add online identification to the signing process

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Payments

Easily collect payments with signatures

Industry Applications of Sign

HR and Recruitment

Offer the best experience to your potential employees throughout the journey: recruitment, the signing moment and onboarding. Save valuable time, materials and costs.

Rental

In the rental market, many contracts need to be signed with tenants. Moreover, when identification and payments are connected to sign, this process will be even more efficient.

Banking, Finance and Insurance

Sign enables you to comply with all regulations, without compromising the customer experience. Complex documents can be signed easily by both parties to avoid delays and increase accuracy.

Healthcare

Healthcare organizations deal with a lot of paperwork and information must be highly secure and readily accessible. Digital signatures can speed up documentation processes and reduce costs.

Pro Features

  • Advanced features +
  • API
  • Custom integration with your CRM
  • Use your own mail server and templates
  • Custom integration with your (web) application
  • 99.9% uptime guarantee
  • Support: 24/7 ticket, chat and phone support

CM Sign FAQ

Regulation

The electronic signature is not a new concept. The EC (European Commission) already drafted the e-Signature Directive in 1999. And in The Netherlands the electronic signature law was passed in 2003.

Still this was not enough to stimulate large scale adaptation in Europe. Largely because the legislation could still differ per country. In the United States this was different thanks to the ESIGN ACT.

The new eIDAS (Electronic Identification and Trust Services) regulation brought the necessary change. Since 1 juli 2016 all EU member states are required to follow the same standards

Legally Valid

Electronic signatures are legally valid thanks to eIDAS. But what does this mean? Just like traditional signatures, they can now be used as evidence in a courtroom.

But that does not mean they are holy. Both electronic and traditional signatures can be disputed. In that case, it is up to you to prove that the person has really signed.

It is therefore extremely important to record and secure the process of creating the electronic signature. To achieve this, eIDAS describes three tiers of electronic signatures: ‘standard’, advanced and qualified.

Technology Neutral

eIDAS describes electronic signatures without mentioning specific technologies. This was deliberately done to leave room for innovation. The flip side of this is that there may be confusion due to different interpretations. Our advice is to look carefully at the regulations yourself when in doubt.

Electronic Signature

Data in electronic form which is attached to or logically associated with other data in electronic form and which is used by the signatory to sign

Simply entering a check mark, your name or ‘agreed’ on a website can already be an electronic signature. This doesn’t have to resemble like your handwritten scribble in any way.

The big advantage is that this type of signature is very easy to use for the signatory.

The disadvantage is that this type of signature is easy to dispute. It is quite possible that another person has completed the form because their are no checks being done. So the risk of fraud is high.

Advanced Electronic Signatures

For this tier, the identity of the signatory must be uniquely linked to the signature.

This can be done by basing the signature on data that only the signatory has at his/her disposal. For example, access to a specific device, phone number or bank account. But other methods are also possible.

Another requirement is that the signature and the associated data are protected against future changes.

In practice, proven techniques are used to achieve this, such as encryption and digital signatures. This makes an advanced electronic signature a well balanced solution that combines easy-of-use, cost and strong legal proof.

Qualified Electronic Signatures

Qualified Electronic Signatures are the only exception where eIDAS requires specific technology. Documents must be provided with a certificate issued by a TSP (Trusted Service Provider).

This means that every signatory must first identify themselves with the TSP. This makes the qualified electronic signature very secure, but also too impractical and costly for most applications.

The qualified electronic signature is therefore best applied to agreements of very high value and high potential risk. For example the ownership transfer of real estate.

Two-factor Authentication (2FA) ¹

The risk of fraud is drastically reduced if, during a login session, the user not only has to enter his username and password (something he knows) but also needs something he “has” – like his cell phone – to complete the login session. This second factor of authentication can, for example, be a One Time Password or verification via the Authenticator app.

Detection of Changes²

PDF documents are hard to adjust for the average person. However, it could be possible that someone changes your signed documents. For example, by adjusting the terms of a contract. Thanks to a digital certificate, every modification to the original document can be traced. Simply put, the digital signature of the certificate no longer matches the document as soon as it is adjusted. Thanks to cryptographic calculations that only work in one direction, this cannot be forged.

Secured With a Certificate³

Certificates are issued by special Certificate Authorities (CA). Certificates can expire and be withdrawn, making it possible to validate the validity of documents even after a long time. According to eIDAS, a certificate is not required for an advanced electronic signature, but in practice this is almost always used. This is because a certificate is the most common way to meet the other requirements of an advanced electronic signature.

Comparison

3 tiers compared

  Standard Advanced Qualified

Legally valid

Yes

Yes

Yes

Connected to other data

Yes

Yes

Yes

Uniquely connected to the signatory

Optional

Required

Required

Identification of signatory

Optional

Required

Required

Two-factor Authentication (2FA) ¹

Optional

Required

Required

Detection of changes²

Optional

Required

Required

Secured with a certificate³

Optional

Optional

Required

Certificate issued by a TSP

Optional

Optional

Required

Enclosed data for validation

Optional

Optional

Required

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