Speed up your closed deals with digital 

signatures.

Sign your contracts directly in the cloud—no need to juggle PDFs. Choose from a variety of eSign methods that are easy, secure, and legally binding.

Sign documents like it's 2022.

Multiple ways to sign.

Sign without compromise. Choose from legally binding eSignature methods to seal any contract. Acceptable pretty much everywhere.

Sign with a click
SMS 2-factor Verification
Hand-drawn
National ID
Signee order

Add multiple signees
and set the signing order.

Include as many parties as your contract needs. Set the signing order to ensure proper document flow.

Request changes

Seamless negotiation.

Allow parties to request changes before signing. All requests are visible in the history, making it easy to follow the activity and communication timeline.

Activity tracking

Stay in the loop.

Receive important alerts and keep a clear overview of contract activity so you're always aware of any changes, status updates, or blockers.

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For everyone in your business
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Sales Team

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HR Team

Put HR contracts on autopilot so you can focus on the people.

Operations Team

Grow your business with an automated contract workflow.

Countries that accept digital signatures

EUROPE

Austria
Belgium
Bulgaria
Croatia
Cyprus
Czech Republic
Denmark
Estonia
Finland
France
Germany
Greece
Hungary
Iceland
Ireland
Italy
Israel
Latvia
Lithuania
Luxembourg
Malta
Montenegro
Netherlands
Norway
Poland
Portugal
Romania
Russia
Serbia
Slovakia
Slovenia
Spain
Switzerland
Sweden
Turkey
Ukraine
United Kingdom

The Americas

Argentina
Brazil
Colombia
Chile
Costa Rica
Ecuador
Guatemala
Mexico
Panama
Peru
Germany
USA
Urugay
Venezuela

Asia

China
Hong Kong
India
Indonesia
Japan
Kazahstan
Malaysia
Mexico
Phillipines
Singapore
South Korea
Sri Lanka
Thailand
United Arab
Emirates
Vietnam

Africa & Oceania

Australia
New Zealand
Cameroon
Egypt
Nigeria
South Africa

Frequently Asked Questions

Why use a digital signature?
Because it is faster and better for the environment. By signing digitally, our customers say that we save them up to 45 minutes of work per contract, spare them unnecessary paperwork and secure they have their contracts returned with a signature within maximum 24 hours after being sent.
How does your signature work?
It is important for us that we have a quick and seamless digital signature that is easy to use without compromising security and legal validity. Visit the help centre to learn how each one of them works.
Are digital signatures valid in the European Union?
Yes. The first electronic signature directive was published by the European Commission at the end of 1999. But because it was directive and not a regulation — many European countries interpreted the law in their own ways, which became a patchwork of different laws. Some EU members adopted very strict laws and others more liberal. Also, the members of the European Union did not recognize each other's electronic signature laws. That caused a lot of confusion and The European Union could not move forward towards a united solution.Everything changed when in 2011, the European Commission decided to repair the law and create a united European digital market. After reviewing the Electronic Signature laws in European Union countries, in 2014 the European Commission adopted a new regulation termed eIDAS. The goal of the new law was to ensure security and confidence in Electronic signature, therefore creating mutual Electronic signature recognition system through all the members of the European Union. eIDAS regulation took effect on July 2016 and it works as a single standard regulation which is effective in 28 European Union member states and Switzerland.Under eIDAS, an electronic signature cannot be denied legal effect and admissibility just because it is electronic. However, the regulation acknowledges that, depending on the technology and validation behind the signature, some types of signatures are more trustworthy than others and withstand higher legal scrutiny. That is, they are more reliably linked to the person signing the document, can protect the integrity of the document and, at the highest level, can carry the same legal effect as a handwritten signature.
Are digital signatures valid in the United States?
Yes. Since the passage of the United States' Electronic Signatures in Global and National Commerce Act in 2000, digital signatures have been legal in every state where federal law applies. When it does not, most states in the USA have adopted the Uniform Electronic Transaction Act. It means that a contract or signature “may not be denied legal effect, validity, or enforceability solely because it is in electronic form”. Read more here.
What is the difference between a simple, a qualified, and an advanced electronic signature?
eIDAS describes three types of digital signatures:Simple electronic signatures are basic electronic data that is logically associated with other electronic data and used as a signatory. For example, you could use your name to sign an email. That would be a simple signature. Our basic signature is such a digital signature.Advanced electronic signatures are uniquely linked to and capable of identifying the signatory’s identity. They are also linked to documents in a way that any subsequent change of the data is detectable.Both our two-factor verification signature and the national signatures that we offer are categorized as advanced electronic signatures. They satisfy all the requirements under Article 3(11) of eIDAS.Qualified Electronic Signatures are advanced electronic signatures that are created by a qualified signature creation devices, based on a qualified certificate for electronic signatures.
So, which kind is yours?
We offer a simple electronic signature and two versions of the advanced electronic signature.
What type of signature should I use then? Which one is better?
It depends on what type of document you have to sign. Signing with the single click signature is the quickest option. The two-factor signature is a safer option as it is much easier to prove the signature in case of a dispute. Certain documents, however, must be signed using national signatures.
What if I need to sign my contracts with another type of signature?
We are currently working hard to have a universal Qualified Electronic Signature solution. We are also implementing more national signatures. Please reach out to us if you have a specific question relating to your country, here: support@contractbook.com

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