Built on 25 years of best-in-class electronic signature capabilities
Ensure high user adoption and satisfaction with the most seamless, white-labeled e-signing experience
Protect your users and documents against fraud with military-grade digital signature technology
Strengthen your compliance and deter legal disputes with the most comprehensive audit trails in the market
Scale electronic signatures across your organization and channels – quickly and cost-effectively
Get predictable pricing and a cost-effective solution regardless of your volumes – no nickel and diming
Available as a web or mobile app, developer SDK, 3rd party connector, and specialty solutions for financial services
Electronic Signatures. Simplified.
Securely send and e-sign documents ‘out of the box’ or fully integrate electronic signatures with your applications or core systems.
No matter which OneSpan Sign plan you choose, you’ll get an e-signature solution that balances ease of use with the highest levels of security and compliance, while giving you the option to easily customize the electronic signature solution for your brand and unique business and IT requirements.
What Customers Are Saying About our Electronic Signature Solutions
The strongest feature of [OneSpan Sign] is the flexibility of the platform. There are many options to configure and tailor the experience to the customer’s needs. And the integration / connectors make it really easy for users to get up and running.
What is an electronic signature?
Like its paper equivalent, an electronic signature is a legal concept. The US Federal ESIGN Act defines an electronic signature as ‘an electronic sound, symbol, or process, attached to our logically associated with a contract or other record and executed or adopted by a person with the intent to sign the record.’ Its purpose is to capture the intent of the signer to be bound by the terms and conditions in a contract. E-Signature software is designed to facilitate signature capture online, while also creating a process that results in a legally enforceable agreement.
Are OneSpan Sign’s electronic signature legally binding?
Yes, OneSpan Sign’s electronic signatures are legally binding and enforceable in countries that have enacted e-signature laws. OneSpan Sign electronic signatures comply with the U.S. ESIGN Act and UETA. In the European Union, OneSpan Sign electronic signatures also comply with Regulation No 910/2014 on Electronic Identification and Trust Services Regulation (eIDAS). Under this regulation, an advanced e-signature based on a qualified certificate satisfies the legal requirements of a signature in relation to data in electronic form. For a legal opinion on the enforceability of e-signatures in any given country and any local data residency requirements, consult your legal counsel..
What is the difference between an electronic signature and a digital signature?
An electronic signature is, like its paper equivalent, a legal concept. Its purpose is to capture a person’s intent to be legally bound to an agreement or contract. A digital signature on the other hand refers to encryption/decryption technology and a subset of an electronic signature. Based on public-key cryptography, digital signatures secure signed documents and allow one to verify the authenticity of a signed record. A digital signature alone however is not an e-signature and therefore cannot capture a person’s intent to sign a document. When used with an esign application, digital signature technology secures the e-signed data.
Are OneSpan Sign electronic signatures secure?
Yes. Security is always top-of-mind at OneSpan.
OneSpan Sign follows security best practices as well as a variety of regulatory, industry, and IT standards for security and data protection. For example, OneSpan Sign offers a number of authentication options, seals signature blocks of signed documents with digital signatures to prevent document tampering, and provides comprehensive audit trails to capture the steps taken during the signing process. OneSpan Sign also meets rigorous compliance standards, such as SOC2 Type 2, FedRAMP, HIPAA, Skyhigh Enterprise-Ready, GDPR, and more. For additional information, please visit the OneSpan Sign Trust Center.
How is OneSpan Sign different from other e-signature vendors?
- We process the most regulated B2B and customer-facing transactions in the world.
- We provide the highest levels of customer support. See the latest e-signature report from G2 Crowd, which rates OneSpan Sign with the highest customer satisfaction score in the industry.
- We offer the ability to fully white-label our solution into your systems and apps, so you can provide your customers with a seamless experience.
- We offer the most deployment options – for any project size, complexity or budget.
- Our solution guarantees the integrity of the signed document by tamper sealing it after each person signs to protect you and your customers.
- We offer the most flexibility for optimizing e-signatures to your processes, workflows, channels, devices and signers.
- We are the only e-signature solution in the market with a visual audit trail to easily and quickly prove compliance and support your legal case.
What third-party integrations are available with OneSpan Sign electronic signatures?
If you are looking to add ‘out-of-the-box’ e-signing workflows to third–party applications like Salesforce, Salesforce CPQ, Box, SharePoint, Nintex SharePoint, and Dynamics CRM, as well as industry-specific software solutions, visit the Partners section of our website for our complete list of apps & connectors. For customized esign needs and system-to-system integrations, our open API and fully supported SDKs (software development kits) enable developers to add e-signing capabilities to their web portals, third party applications, and legacy and home-grown systems.
How do I get a document e-signed?
OneSpan Sign Professional is our web-based e-signature service, in which a web browser is all you need to send documents. You can upload you documents, add your recipients, drag and drop signature blocks and fields to the desired locations in the document, select a signer authentication method, then click “Send to Sign” to distribute your document for signing. Each recipient will receive an email inviting them to esign the document.
How do recipients esign documents with OneSpan electronic signatures?
Signing with OneSpan Sign is easy and always free for recipients. Signers do not even need to create an account to sign their documents. They simply receive an email with a link to a signing ceremony in OneSpan Sign. They can then access the esign process through their browser on a mobile phone, tablet, or computer. Once the signing process is complete, both parties can download the e-signed documents for retention in their own system, or those documents can also be stored in OneSpan Sign. Try our Quick Demo to see how easy it is to esign documents.
Can OneSpan Sign electronic signatures be used on mobile devices?
The OneSpan Sign mobile app gives you the power to securely prepare, send, and sign documents on the go from your iOS and Android devices. Our mobile app includes robust e-signature features and is available at no extra charge with our Professional and Enterprise Plans. Download the app today.
In addition, OneSpan Sign offers the ability to esign anywhere, anytime, and on any web-enabled device, including a smartphone, tablet, and laptop.
How can I get started with OneSpan Sign?
You can try OneSpan Sign FREE for 30 days. Sign up for our free trial to test drive our electronic signature solution. OneSpan Sign offers a Professional Plan with out-of-the-box electronic signature features for user-initiated processes and an Enterprise Plan to integrate e-signing capabilities into your web applications, mobile apps, and core systems. Visit our pricing and editions page to learn more.
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