The ability to have a ‘golden truth’ - a ‘who said what’ record all in the same place, with easy to use chat UI taking place in the same window as the actual signature helps us to close deals much faster.
Request signatures for your business-critical document immediately, anywhere in the world.
Request multiple signatures - The same document can be signed by multiple stakeholders in one go. Don't get stuck waiting in a chain of approval.
From receiving – to signing of single or multiple signatories. Everything is tracked and a full audit trail is recorded. No manual chasing is required to track the progression of the approval.
Our digital wet signatures are highly secure but easy to use, and compliant with e-signature and digital signature law, standards, and best practices.
It's as easy as click, drag, and drop to prepare your documents for signing.
Virtual Cabinet produces ‘Advanced Digital Signatures’ using third-party certificates, offering optimal compliance and admissibility for the broadest range of jurisdictional, legislative and governing body variations.
The key features that our e-signatures have to ensure they abide by respective UK, AU, NZ and US regulations are:
Identity is determined by email address in order to uniquely link the document to the signatory.
The date and time the Signatory signed the document is recorded in the document, alongside their email address, and details of the user that sent the document.
For further proof of identity, the signatures also include the IP Address that the recipient used whilst signing the document.
Any changes to the document will invalidate the electronic signature.
When you hear “wet signature”, you’re probably automatically drawn to the use of pen and paper – it’s a physical copy on a paper document, right? At Virtual Cabinet, we’ve taken a different approach. The digital wet signatures function allows users to electronically sign documents and speed up approvals. It’s a simple and flexible way to get the job done.
A signature is a distinctive way of scribing one's name as a form of legal identification, whether that's their full name, initials or a simple mark that shows proof of identity and authorization. Signatures are physical evidence that an individual witnesses and certifies a document, or a section of a document, e.g., a contract. They also provide evidence that the individual has read and consents to the details outlined in the document.
Predominantly, your signature can be a mark - it can be a symbol, letter or a full signature. Most people write their signatures so quickly that they look more like scribbles, not to mention the difference that a new pen can make. So, technically, it doesn't need to be legible, as long as it's consistent.
Technically, no. Although it is typically recommended that signatures are written either fully or partly in cursive to help prevent fraud. No two people's handwriting is the same, so trying to replicate cursive will naturally be more difficult than copying it out in print.
Generally, a neutral, third-party individual is best to witness a signature - someone who doesn't have a financial or any other personal interest in the agreement in question. It's also advised that your witness be reliable, 18 or older and have no relation to you.
Typically, wet signatures involve pen and paper. To sign a wet signature is to sign a physical paper document. But, at Virtual Cabinet, we've taken a different approach. Here, we're all about the benefits of digitisation. For us, digital wet signatures allow users to electronically sign documents and speed up approvals. It's a simple and flexible way to get the job done.