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Secure, simple and legally valid electronic signatures.
Execute documents with your legally valid electronic signature from DeepSign. Ensure a secure and efficient document workflow, supported by DeepBox, the Swiss all-in-one platform for your document exchanges.
Save time, money and paper with fast, efficient electronic signatures.
DeepSign is a DeepBox application. This means you can connect with anyone to share your most important documents, with the benefits of an ISO-certified Swiss cloud-based solution.
Use ultra-secure encryption for your electronic signatures with our innovative blockchain technology. This exclusive DeepSign service enables easy, tamper-proof storage of your information on the blockchain.
Conventional document management entails a lot of paper waste, transport exhaust emissions and inefficiency. By switching to a secure digital process, you can considerably reduce such effects and act in harmony with the sustainable values of your company.
The cloud solution of DeepCloud Corporation is ISO 27001:2013-certified and stores your data in Switzerland.
Yes, DeepSign is currently available for organisations and individuals as an advanced feature in DeepBox – the automated Swiss document sharing platform that empowers smooth collaboration, boosts workflow efficiency and enables secure, Swiss-based data storage. Sign up for DeepBox now and you’ll get all the benefits of DeepSign as a native integration.
Yes, you do, but getting started with DeepBox is free. Sign up for DeepBox with a free plan (or any paid plan if you're ready for more capabilities) and you can start using DeepSign from CHF 49.00/month. 5 simple electronic signatures (SES) are included FREE when you first activate your DeepBox. For more details on how DeepSign works with our different DeepBox plans, see our Pricing page.
Yes. Two of the electronic signatures DeepSign offers meet the statutory requirements for electronic signatures in the EU and Switzerland: the advanced electronic signature (AES) and the qualified electronic signature (QES). They are issued by qualified trust service providers (QTSP) and certification authorities in the EU and Switzerland. This also applies to the qualified timestamp used in the simple electronic signature (SES).
When you sign a document with a qualified electronic signature (QES) in DeepSign, the document will meet the statutory written form requirements under EU and Swiss law. QES are considered legally equivalent to a handwritten signature. However, you may need to check for additional requirements for a signature process on a case-by-case basis. There may also be further statutory form requirements that cannot be met by an electronic signature.
DeepSign offers three types of electronic signatures recognised by international regulations: simple electronic signatures (SES), advanced electronic signatures (AES) and qualified electronic signatures (QES).
The type of electronic signature that you need to use in each case depends on the written form requirements for the relevant document, your contractual agreements and your company policy.
To find out the appropriate type for your specific situation, please consult with a legal advisor.
Simple electronic signatures (SES)
For documents with no written form requirement. A qualified electronic timestamp guarantees document authenticity. Useful when there are no written form requirements. Also suitable for digital document retention solutions.
Advanced electronic signatures (AES)
For documents with no written form requirement. With this type of signature, the signatory is identified in advance. It not only ensures that the documents are authentic but also that they are properly linked with the signatory.
Qualified electronic signatures (QES)
For documents subject to written form requirements under EU or Swiss law. With this type of signature, the signatory is identified in advance. It not only ensures that the documents are authentic but also that they are properly linked with the signatory. In addition, it is issued with a qualified certificate from a qualified trust service provider (QTSP). The QES therefore is legally equivalent to a handwritten signature.
The electronic signatures used in DeepSign are issued by recognized and certified trust service providers and certification authorities. With any type of electronic signature, the document will receive a digital certificate in keeping with the currently applicable technological standard. This guarantees to both the sender and the receiver that the document has not been tampered with. In addition, when using the AES and QES, the signatory's identity is determined in advance, so that the signatory’s link with the document can be traced.
DeepSign is available through DeepBox, the all-in-one Swiss document sharing plaftorm.
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