Electronic signature for lawyers
With Skribble you sign without USB stick or card reader
with the highest e-signing standard (QES).
All contractual parties sign digitally
Multiple contractual parties: Instead of sending contracts by post from one person to the next, everyone signs online, saving time.
- Automatically invite people to
sign by e-mail
- Overview of all completed and outstanding
- Get notified automatically when
the contract is signed
Finish the pile with only one signature
Digital signature folder: Collect your contracts digitally and sign them simultaneously with just a few clicks. Despite the QES standard, you don’t need a USB stick or card reader.
- Batch signature for any number of contracts
- Two factor authentication via mobile phone -
no external hardware required
- Independent of time and place
Entries with authorities made online
From changes to the commercial register to court submissions: Printing, sending and scanning are no longer necessary.
- Seamless integration with PrivaSphere
- Recognised for communication between
law firms and authorities/courts in Switzerland
- Saves time and money
No new software required
Stay with familiar tools: Sign directly via your browser or from your existing software.
- Sign directly via your browser
- Integrate Skribble as a plug-in into
industry software solutions
- Seamless integration via modern APIs
Skribble complies with the legal requirements for court processes
You sign with legal effect and securely in accordance
with the following requirements:
Our customers have a good time
How we at Skribble make everyday life easier for our customers.
"Constantly printing out documents and running after signatures costs us a lot of time and money. Skribble has the perfect solution that brings us a giant step closer to a complete digitalisation of all processes".
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.
This will unlock the highest e-signature standard available – QES.
All you need is a valid travel document (ID or passport).
“Our clients can be served faster and our lawyers save time - using technology to enhance efficiency is one of the law firms priorities."
Skribble’ s data centre is located in Switzerland and is ISO 270001 certified (according to banking standards).
Personal identification is only required in order to sign with the highest e-signature standard (QES). If you haven’t been identified yet, you can sign with the second highest standard (AES).
No. You don’t need a USB stick or a card reader to sign with Skribble. The two-factor authentication takes place with Skribble via mobile phone (Mobile ID or one time password).
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 with a qualified electronic signature must therefore always be stored in electronic form.