Creating and Signing Documents
By means of our Sign&Send service users can sign any documents – created on the TrustChain Platform or edited elsewhere and then uploaded to the Platform – with their qualified electronic signature.
While earlier our Sign&Send service was available only to corporate entities, thanks to our latest developments this feature of our Platform has become available to the citizens of 28 countries by now, whether they have registered for the Platform as private individuals, self-employed persons or on behalf of a corporate entity.
New Sign&Send functions
Users can create private Sign&Send documents, which cannot be accessed by other users registered under the same TC account. Thanks to newly presented developments, documents not marked as private by the user will also be available to be viewed, edited and sent for signature by the other users registered under the same TC account.
Users able to send the documents created in Sign&Send for signature to the other users registered under the TC account. In the case of multiple addressees, the user will be able to specify the order of signatures. In such cases, the addressees within the TC account will sign the document in the order specified in advance. Once the document is signed by the user in first position, it will be automatically sent to the next user for signing and so on down the list.
The TrustChain Platform is under continuous development, and the functions of Sign&Send will be extended considerably in the near future. Users will have the opportunity to send documents for signature to their business partners as well. In the case of multiple addressees, once the document is signed by all the users specified by the business partner in the first position, it will be automatically sent to the next partner so that they can select the users under their TC account to sign the document. By means of the above solution, it will be possible for the user to pre-define the chains of signatures and keep track of their status via the Platform.
For example, if Sole Trader A would like to conclude a contract with Company B, and the document needs to be signed by two CEOs representing Company B, Sole Trader A will create the document, define the chain of signatures and then send the document to the system for signing. Upon launching the signature chain, Sole Trader A will be entitled to sign the document first and then the document will be automatically sent to the account of
Company B. At this point, Company B will need to define which two of the CEOs will sign the document, and in what order. As soon as both of the selected CEOs of Company B sign the document, the party launching the signature chain will be notified about its status, and successful completion.