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Legally binding electronic signatures with Skribble

Easily handle digital signature processes –
legally binding in accordance with Swiss & EU law.

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Based on signature certificates issued by Swisscom
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SRF-Schweizer Radio und Fernsehen

Sign legally in three steps

Upload documents as PDFs

Upload the PDF document directly via browser or use Skribble via API from your business software.

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Invite people to sign

Define the order in which people should sign and invite them by e-mail.

Sign at the push of a button, independent of time and place, legally valid according to Swiss and EU law.

Three people legally sign a document online

If you sign with Skribble
you save time at work

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Skribble complies
with legal requirements

With Skribble you sign legally and securely according to the following requirements:

Skribble works exclusively with legally defined e-signature standards: The qualified electronic signature (QES) and the advanced electronic signature (AES).

The qualified electronic signature (QES) available on Skribble is equivalent to the handwritten signature before national laws in Switzerland and the EU (e.g. OR in Switzerland or BGB in Germany).

Skribble and its signing partner Swisscom commit to manage data in accordance with the Federal Act on Data Protection (FADP) and the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Moreover, all data is hosted in Switzerland according to banking standards.

Use Skribble to maximise the legal weight of your signature

The law distinguishes between qualified e-signatures (QES)
and advanced e-signatures (AES). The two standards vary in terms of area
of application and legal weight.


At Skribble you have the choice
between the signature standards AES and QES.

"Thanks to Skribble, we can digitize administrative processes from A to Z.
This makes everyday life easier for
us and our customers."
Stéphane Schwab, Head of E-Government, State of Fribourg
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Sign now, legally and electronically!

No credit card, sign-up fee or commitment required.

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