Electronic signatures across the EU are governed by the Electronic Identification, Authentication and Trust Services Regulation (eIDAS), a set of standards for electronic identification and trust services for electronic transactions. eIDAS defines 3 levels of electronic signatures; Simple, advanced and qualified electronic signature.
An advanced electronic signature based on a qualified documentary evidence hold the same legal status to wet signatures.
• Are uniquely and clearly linked to its signer
• Are created by means under the sole control of the signer, such as his or her telephone or personal computer
• Have a way to prove that the document has not been edited after it was signed
The PDF documentary evidence collects all the electronic evidence generated during the signature process:
The documentary evidence is digitally signed and with a CA time stamp Therefore, the content is tampered proof.
We issue documentary evidence with all the communication data; this evidence can be consulted and downloaded from your account.
The documents that are uploaded to the cloud during the signature process (receipts, payroll, documents officially authenticated.) shall remain under documentary custody for 5 years.