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What is Signable?

At Signable we pride ourselves on providing the best experience for customers and our employees, so we stick to some core commandments. Our customer success team focus on removing the hassle of any problem you may have. All while giving you Cheap, Easy & Quick E-Signature software!

Why Go Paperless With Signable’s Electronic Signatures?

  •  Get started in 60 seconds
  •  No lengthy contracts or hidden costs
  •  Secure and legally binding
  • World class customer support, ranked by Wootric
  • Full audit log of documents

With Signable it takes seconds to send a document straight to your clients’ inbox and get an electronic signature.

Signable is the perfect app to send documents online. Using eSignatures you can sign online, on any device, quickly and easily whilst we make sure the document is legally binding and secure.

Our customers are the lifeblood of our business and are always treated with honesty, dignity and transparency. We don’t treat customer contact as a tick box exercise and we actively encourage feedback and communication. Our purpose as a team is to support our customers and we’re out to do the right thing.

Sign up to our 14 day free trial and you’ll be up and running with sending documents in minutes. Get started now!

What is an Electronic Signature?

eSignature [ee-sig-nuh-cher]  n.  A technology that allows a person to electronically affix a signature to an online contract.

An electronic signature, or eSignature, is information in an electronic form, which is “associated with other data in electronic form and which is used by the signatory to sign” (eIDAS).

In simple terms, an electronic signature is the digital version of a paper-based method of signing signatures, on an electronic document.

But beyond being just a squiggle on a screen, they legally bind electronic documents, in just the same way as paper ones do.

 

Are Electronic Signatures Secure?

Our eSignatures are 100% safe and secure, with SSLencryption on every page you visit on the Signable website. So no one can snoop on your password or the documents you send & sign using our services.

Every action from the point of uploading is logged in a full audit trail that’s attached to the corresponding envelope in your account. You’ll be able to see right down to the minute when the signee has opened the document.

We offer you the choice of password protecting anything you send with us, and it’s never, ever stored as plain text.

What’s more, everything is stored securely in the cloud, so they’re accessible only by you and users you’ve given permission.

 

Are Electronic Signatures Legal?

We comply with regulations set out by the eIDAS to ensure your documents are legally binding in any court. Here are some ways we have your back, legally.

When everyone’s signed the document, you’ll get a full copy of all signatures with a certificate showing you:

  • Each signing party
  • Dates, IP addresses, and fingerprints
  • A full audit log

The document is stored securely in your account for easy access, by just you, anytime.

To ensure all your documents are secure & legally binding we provide:

  • eIDAS compliance & exceedance of UK eSign regulation
  • Detailed audit log stored for each signature action
  • Identification of users verified before permitted to send documents
  • Document integrity checked, always
  • Unique salted fingerprints for each document
  • Secure storage of documents and data
  • Signatory identity verified via email address, timestamps and geo-tracking
  • SSL 256-bit AES/RSA encryption
  • Only you and people you’ve authorised can access documents




We may send you emails directly about your Signable account. These emails will come directly from Signable and will always be related to your account. You may opt out of these emails via the link at the bottom of the email that you receive.