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European electronic signature software

An electronic signature software help customers sign documents digitally. As long as the legal requirements are met, an electronic signature can be just as or sometimes even more binding than a handwritten signature. An electronic signature with this level of security is called a qualified electronic signature (QES). The legal basis for this in the European Union is the eIDAS Regulation. In Switzerland, the ZertES law provides this legal basis.

This category contains services from companies based in a member state of the European Union (EU) or the European Free Trade Association (EFTA).

European services

MOXIS is a signature software service by the Austrian company XiTrust. The signatures can be eIDAS (EU) and ZertES (Swiss) compatible.

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Austria EU EEA Free Plan

Sproof is a electronic signature software from Austria. It is eIDAS compliant, which makes signature legally binding in the EU.

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Switzerland EFTA

Skribble is a electronic signature software from Switzerland. Skribble offers different signature standards for different levels of security and use cases. The highest level is eIDAS and ZertES (Swiss) compliant.

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