How to use E-Sign’s Digital Platform

Before you begin using E-Sign, you may find it useful to take advantage of our 'User Guide' pages.

To assist you in becoming more familiar with E-Sign's functionality, features and the use of digital signatures, please choose from the options below where you can find step by step instructions and/or tutorials videos to guide you through the process.

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E-Sign is faster, cheaper and more secure than signing documents by hand.

Deals closed immediately

  • No more waiting around for post to be delivered
  • Sign your own Document in minutes
  • Send documents for others to sign instantly

Reduce administration costs

  • Business can save up to £800/year on mailing costs
  • Simplify your administration with electronic signatures
  • Reduce carbon footprint and help stop de-forestation

QR Code Signatures

  • 100% unique and cannot be forged or replicated
  • Embed additional information (Company Name,
    Contact No. etc.)
  • Use any QR Code scanner to identify the signatory

True advanced e-Signature

E-Sign provides a unique advanced electronic signature with ‘QR’ technology, which provides businesses with signature validation and enhanced security. We don't use pictures of hand signatures at E-Sign. An advanced electronic signature is defined by statute and the DTI in the UK recommends electronic signatures as more reliable than using pen and paper.

Fast and user friendly

E-Sign is designed to be as fast and simple as hand signing with the addition of instant delivery, unquestionable unique security and safe long term storage with instant access.

Personal & secure 'Digital ID'

Each time a document is signed a unique signature is created for that person and that document. When you sign your next document the advanced electronic signature creates another unique signature linking you and that document. A QR Code is created to enable the signatories to the document to access it instantly, simply scan or click the QR Code and the service takes you to the original document. If you ask for additional information about signatories (copy passport, driving licence or sock colour!) that information also becomes part of the signature.

Integrated with your existing workflow

If you can attach your file to an email you can sign with E-Sign. Whether you use Google Docs, Word, Pages, Excel or any other application (PDFs, video, pictures, diagrams) you can upload your file for signature. We don’t force any application upon you; simply use your existing applications and sign with E-Sign. For a seamless integration organisations can use our API or GUI to merge into their workflow and brand the service with their own logo.

Chase up your clients

The dashboard keeps you up to date with what you’ve signed, what is pending signature, what has been sent to you for signing and the documents you’ve uploaded. All your latest activity is listed and you can decide to chase pending documents to keep the workflow moving.

Full audit trail

The full audit trail within E-Sign keeps you informed of who has opened a document, signed and returned or rejected a document for signature. You can monitor progress from uploading your file to completion of the signature with the audit trail on your dashboard.

E-Sign data is held in the UK. However, E-Sign can store your data in an accredited data center of your chosen country. E-Sign is deployable in a jurisdiction of your choosing, and can be placed within your own IT infrastructure. Please contact info@e-sign.co.uk for further information

E-Sign can be accessed anywhere on a range of devices including Laptop, tablets and mobile phones. E-Sign also has free Android and iOS apps

E-Sign offers free API developer support documents, which can be accessed here.

Set up an E-Sign account and request an API token from info@e-sign.co.uk

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E-Sign delivers integrity and security to your documents world-wide. Start signing documents electronically today…

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