Full digitization refers to the adoption of digital means during a contract signing process, which helps to remove troublesome processes for contract management, such as contract printing, using a physical seal, contract delivery, and paper archiving. Digital contract management allows organizations to keep their official seals secure, and sign a contract anytime and anywhere.
Bank-grade encryption methods are adopted to protect e-signed contracts from tampering. Bank-grade anti-attack means are applied to prevent unauthorized reading of contracts during transmission and storage.
Efficiency and Convenience
A contract carrying a legally binding electronic seal and electronic signature can be sent directly to the customer, without the cumbersome process of printing, delivery, and archiving. A contract can be signed quickly on a PC or mobile device and sent instantly.
The contract approval process includes the audit of business, financial provisions, and regulatory compliance. The electronic signature is reliable and legally binding based on a combination of the lawful digital certificate, timestamp, and evidence preservation technology.