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How to sign with Skribble
The easiest way to legally sign documents,
with or without formal requirements.
Integrate Skribble into your existing systems or upload your document to our online platform.
Sign the document yourself and/or invite your colleagues, partners and customers to sign.
Sign at the push of a button
In just a few seconds, your document is signed in a legally binding way – regardless of the location of the signers.
"Skribble has given me enormous peace of mind in my daily work. We can now get contracts with affiliates in Austria, Central & Eastern Europe signed in a timely and more secure manner."
Get contracts signed faster
Within seconds, all parties can access the most current version of the contract and sign it with just a few clicks.
Thanks to more efficient processes and the reduction of direct costs, the cost for signing documents is reduced by up to 80%.
Work more efficiently
Enable your employees, customers and partners to save time with paperless processes without media disruption.
We work with e-signature standards that are recognised and legally valid worldwide. Your data is secured at highest security standards in Switzerland.
Sign from anywhere
From employees in the home office to suppliers in Asia – you can sign anywhere using your smartphone or computer.
You can verify within seconds whether the signature is correct and genuine and whether the document has been altered.
"Skribble has really proven itself in the flexible office/home office work environment. Any employee can use it any time, no matter where they’re working."
Skribble complies with legal requirements
With Skribble you sign legally and securely according
to the following requirements:
Skribble works with legally defined e-signature standards only: The qualified electronic signature (QES), the advanced electronic signature (AES) and the simple electronic signature (SES).
For the legally valid implementation of QES in the EU, Skribble works together with Swisscom and A-Trust, two recognised trust service providers according to eIDAS in the EU. Swisscom is also recognised for signing according to Swiss law.
The qualified electronic signature (QES) available on Skribble is legally equivalent to a handwritten signature in the EU and Switzerland (eg. BGB in Germany or OR in Switzerland).
Skribble and its signing partner Swisscom commit to manage data in accordance with the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the Swiss Federal Act on Data Protection (FADP). Moreover, all data is hosted in Switzerland according to banking standards.
Skribble in use:
"We’re happy to have found a partner in Skribble that meets our high data protection and information security requirements."
With Skribble, you can
legally sign any document electronically
Different documents, different legal requirements –
at Skribble, you get access to all available e-signature standards from a single source, and you are prepared for every situation.
Simple electronic signature
Advanced electronic signature
Qualified electronic signature
Documents without legal form requirement and with low liability risk
Documents without legal form requirement and with calculable liability risk
Documents with legal form requirements or high liability risk
"In the fast moving HR environment, it is important to be as efficient as possible. Constantly on the move between various locations, working with people who do not always work normal office hours, Skribble has helped a lot."
Your data is safe with us
Skribble meets the highest data protection and technology standards, tailored to the demanding needs of European and Swiss companies.
We manage your data in accordance with the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the Swiss Federal Act on Data Protection (FADP).
Swiss hosting (ISO 27001)
We host your data EU-compatible in Switzerland at the highest available standard (Tier IV). Our data centre is certified according to ISO 27001.
Documents are encrypted with an individual AES-256 key, which is assigned to the user based on asymmetric cryptography.