Digital Signature to Create a Universally Binding Contract or Agreement

Electronic signatures, or eSignatures, are a broad category of methods for signing a document. A digital signature is a type of electronic signature that uses a specific technical implementation. Digital signature providers follow the PKI (Public Key Infrastructure) protocol.

Digital signatures use a standard, accepted format, called Public Key Infrastructure (PKI), to provide the highest levels of security and universal acceptance. They are a specific signature technology implementation of electronic signature (eSignature).

eSignature Benefits

eSignature accelerates agreements, eliminates manual tasks, and makes it easy to connect with the tools and systems you’re already using.

Do business faster

Send and sign agreements securely from virtually any device. Up to 82% of agreements are completed in less than a day, and 49% in less than 15 minutes.

Be more efficient

LgalSeba eSignature eliminates manual tasks and increases convenience for our clients creating a globally binding contract.

At no cost for our clients

LegalSeba eSignature saves an average of $26 per agreement by reducing hard costs, time and improving work productivity. It comes with no cost with any agreement or contract or any project you work with us.

Lawful & court-admissible

 eSignature complies with the U.S. ESIGN Act, in Singapore, UK, Canada, Australia and UETA, as well as the EU eIDAS Regulation. We automatically generate and store a robust audit trail for every agreement to be used as a piece of evidence for future reference.

Global Use Cases for Standard Electronic Signatures (SES)

Use cases where an SES is typically appropriate include:

  • HR documents such as regular employment contracts, non-disclosure agreements, employee invention agreements, privacy notices, benefits paperwork and other new employee onboarding processes
  • commercial agreements between corporate entities including non-disclosure agreements, purchase orders, order acknowledgements, invoices, other procurement documents, sales agreements, distribution agreements, service agreements
  • consumer agreements including new retail account opening documents, sales terms, services terms, software licenses, purchase orders, order confirmations, invoices, shipment documentation, user manuals, policies
  • residential and commercial lease agreements except, in some cases, termination notices regarding residential lease agreements
  • software license agreements
  • certain intellectual property licenses and transfers such as trademark licenses and assignments