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Speed up your procurement process
The printer-and-paper way is no longer necessary: instead of posting purchase offers, NDAs and approvals back and forth, enable all parties to sign electronically in just a few seconds.
- Invite to sign by e-mail
- Decline or assign signatures to someone else
- Sign multiple documents at once with
- Keep track of completed and pending signatures
Satisfied buyers make satisfied suppliers
Enable your buyers and suppliers alike with seamless digital processes that save time rather than generate extra work, and get contracts signed in just a few seconds.
- Send one document to multiple internal and
external parties to sign electronically, and
add a personal message, if necessary.
- Familiar look and feel thanks to customisable
visual signature and company branding
- Sign from anywhere using your smartphone, tablet
or computer – from home, on the go, or in the office
Suitable for any procurement agreement
Different legal requirements may apply when it comes to signing documents electronically. With Skribble, you can legally sign any document – from approvals and supplier contracts to service agreements.
- Legally valid for contracts with and without written
- Worldwide usage with both internal and
- Highest security and data protection standards
hosted in Switzerland
Seamless integration with existing systems
Integrate Skribble with your procurement software, or sign directly from your browser. Suppliers can either use the invitation link or their own tools to sign.
- Seamless integration via modern API
- Your customers can sign without having
a Skribble account
- Various plug-ins available for direct integration
with sales software, CRM systems and DMS.
SEG Automotive reduces signature time in procurement by 70%
SEG's 250 procurement staff members use Skribble to sign supplier contracts, external letters and purchase orders as well as internal memos. The worldwide roll-out in all other departments will follow soon.
Skribble in use:
"We’re happy to have found a partner in Skribble that meets our high data protection and information security requirements."
Skribble complies with the legal requirements for procurement
With kribble you sign legally and securely according
to the following requirements:
Skribble works with legally defined e-signature standards: The qualified electronic signature (QES), the advanced electronic signature (AES) and the simple electronic signature (SES).
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 General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the Federal Act on Data Protection (FADP). Moreover, all data is hosted in Switzerland according to banking standards.
All available e-signature standards from a single source
The law distinguishes between three e-signature standards.
They vary in terms of area of application and legal weight.
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
Skribble’ s data centre is located in Switzerland and is ISO 27001 certified (according to banking standards).
Your suppliers don’t need a Skribble account to sign using an invitation link. If your suppliers have their own signing tools in place, you can send the document signed with Skribble directly from our platform or by e-mail to your supplier. They can then sign it with their tool and return it to you or vice versa.
Yes. On Skribble you can choose the highest e-signature standard available: the qualified electronic signature (QES). It has the highest legal weight in court.
Not exclusively. Thanks to the visual signature, it can be seen on the printed contract that it has been digitally signed. However, since the digital certificates are lost when printed out, the traceability of the signature and thus the corresponding conclusiveness is not given. A contract signed electronically must therefore always be stored in electronic form.