Yes, a signature is charged to the signature package as soon as it has been confirmed with the cell phone. The document contains valid signatures and could be uploaded and signed again if necessary.
Yes, in this case you can book an additional package for the EU in addition to the main package with CH signatures.
It depends on the jurisdiction in which you want to sign. On the information page of Swisscom Trustservices AG you will always find the current identification methods: Swisscom Trustservices AG
While DocuSign has its data centers spread all over the world, with Subsign your data never leaves Switzerland. Signatures are legally valid in all cases, even where the law requires them to be in writing.
DocuSign is world-renowned and focuses on the needs of the mass market. Subsign, on the other hand, offers flexible solutions for organizations and industries with the highest demands.
No, people you invite to sign a document only need Internet access, an email address, and an up-to-date browser to view the document. To sign, the person must be identified for QES and have a cell phone.
To start a signing process, you need a user account with Subsign.
With Subsign, you sign with the qualified electronic signature (QES), which is equivalent to a handwritten signature under Swiss and EU law.
Subsign and all involved partners manage your data in accordance with the Swiss Federal Data Protection Act (DSG) and the European Data Protection Regulation (DSGVO).
Yes, with the help of this website you can check whether the identification has been completed correctly and you can sign with QES: check-signature.scapp.swisscom.com
Subsign is a product of OBJECT ECM AG in Zurich. For more information and contact options, please visit the OBJECTwebsite.
Yes, just follow this link:open video
No, you can open as many users in your client as you need. There are no additional costs. People who are invited only for signing do not need a user account.