intuitive, compliant and secure!
The digital signature solution with a perfect balance between security and user experience.
digital signing experience
The Connective difference? We offer you the best-of-breed digital signature methods, from simple to qualified, while being compliant with eIDAS, UETA, eSign Act and more. We go for an unparalleled digital signing experience without compromising on security.
The smartest way to sign your documents
Sign and have your documents signed in just a few simple steps with the digital signatures solution of Connective.
A clear and easy to use interface
Flexible and extended functionalities
The widest range of electronic signature methods
Ultimate guide to electronic signatures
how it works
Send and sign
Understanding the different
types of digital signatures
We differentiate 3 types of digital signatures based on the electronic Identification, Authentication and trust Services regulation (eIDAS). Feel free to download DLA Piper’s assessment of the legal effectiveness of our eSignatures solution globally to guarantee the compliancy to eIDAS, UETA and eSIGN ACT.
Basic or simple electronic signature
Advanced electronic signature
Qualified electronic signature
Simple, advanced and qualified electronic signature capabilities
Unlike on paper, there are many different ways to sign digital transactions. Each type has a different level of evidential power and legality, each type has its own unique user experience. We at Connective offer you a vast selection of digital signing methods for your convenience.
Be 100% sure that signatures and seals on signed documents are valid
Thanks to the Electronic Signatures Validation Service of Connective you can check whether the Certification Authority that issued the certificate is trusted, if the signer’s digital certificate is valid and that the signed information has not been altered after an electronic signature.
Integrated into your
frequently used tools
Besides offering Connectives solutions as a standalone platform, we also partner up with many 3rd party solutions. Our solutions are implemented within more extensive platforms which can assist you to innovate your business even more.
Streamline your HR processes and optimize your productivity thanks to the integration of Connective Smart Documents & eSignatures in Talentsoft Hub.
Send an invitation to any of your Salesforce contacts and let them sign any document digitally using Connective eSignatures.
Easily integrate digital signatures in all Office365 applications with the Connective eSignatures Power Automate connector.
The most versatile
electronic signature tool
Add text fields, radio-buttons and check boxes to your document and get more information from your signers.
Follow up on the signature process and status of your (to be) signed documents and send out reminders when and where needed.
Order of signing
Enable signers to sign documents one by one in a specified, (sequential) random (parallel) or even complex order.
Fully white labeled
Own the entire signing experience. Keep your branding when creating, signing or sending documents.
Your favorite device
Your smartphone, desktop, laptop or tablet. Pick your favorite device to conclude the signature!
Integrate without flaw
Flawlessly integrate our solutions through our open API into existing business systems like your CRM system or ERP.
World-class automotive brand Toyota signs their contracts digitally
To make life easier of both the Toyota car dealers and their customers, Toyota integrated Connective eSignatures in their CRM portal ‘Sales Power’. Discover their story!
FAQ about electronic signatures
An electronic signature, or e-signature is a legal concept. It is the electronic equivalent of a paper signature and thus has legal value. It captures a person’s intent to agree with the contents, terms and conditions as specified in the (electronic) document, contract or other record it is attached to.
A digital signature is a cryptography-based technology. An electronic signature created by means of digital signature technology is the electronic equivalent of a notarized paper signature. Digital signatures use the standards and procedures of Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) to sign electronic data with a cryptographic key.
A digital signature guarantees the integrity of the document it signs. The contents of the message cannot be modified or tampered with, without breaking the validity of the digital signature. However a digital signature does not always guarantee the authentication of the sender. Only when a qualified certificate links the signature to a person, is the identity of that person legally confirmed. These qualified certificates must be provided by a recognized certificate authority or generated by a secure signature creation device (such as an eID).
The European legislation that regulates e-signatures recognizes these differences concerning digital signatures. When qualified certificates are added, these digital signatures provide non-repudiation and thus their juridical value is guaranteed by law and does not require a court ruling.
Electronic signatures are legal and recognized as valid in Regulation No 910/2014, known as eIDAS, which entered into force throughout Europe last July 1, 2016. The eIDAS is directly applicable in all member states by the fact that it is a regulation, and not a directive.
Based on the analysis of DLA Piper in June 2020, if it is properly configured, Connective eSignatures allows the creation of electronic signatures within the meaning of Article 3(10) of the eIDAS Regulation and even, depending on the signature method chosen by the customer or user, certain advanced and qualified electronic signatures (within the meaning of Articles 3(11) and 3(12) of the eIDAS Regulation). Connective has also included in Connective eSignatures means guaranteeing the long-term validity of these electronic signatures, namely an integration with third-party electronic time-stamping officially recognised certificate authorities (CAs). In this context, and with proper configuration, Connective eSignatures as an electronic signature solution allows the management of a signing process that complies with the requirements for all kinds of electronic signatures foreseen under the eIDAS Regulation.
With its breadth of signing methods supported, Connective eSignatures allows the initiator of
the signing process to choose the settings that are most appropriate to the electronic document in question and the intended legal consequences. With this properly done, law firm DLA Piper concludes after a thorough assessement and with a high level of confidence that Connective eSignatures is a tool that, in conjunction with appropriate and legally compliant processes, allows the production of electronic signatures and records with respect to certain transactions, each as defined in the U.S. eCommerce Laws.
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