The Aadhaar based eSignature enables the user to make legally binding electronic signature over important documents.
The user only has to upload the necessary documents to the SignDesk portal and enter his/her Aadhaar linked mobile number- it enables them to apply the eSign instantly.
While eSigning a document is rather seamless, the user may also need a signature from the other party/parties to make the document legally relevant.
The same is also possible on the portal as an email is sent to the other party which is redirected to the document – he/she can now eSign by providing their Aadhaar linked mobile number.
Being digital, it goes without saying that the Aadhaar based eSignature can be applied by the user from any part of the world, he/she only needs to have an internet enabled device and a mobile number which is linked to Aadhaar.
This inventive facility has progressed through the research/development stage, as its demand has seen a consistent growth in the last few months.
A paradigm shift is emerging in the way documents are signed upon in the country, thanks to these 5 features of the Aadhaar based eSignature.
Aadhaar Based eSignature – 5 Futuristic Features
One of the key virtues of a digital process is that it has made previously elaborative processes and conventional practices expendable.
The costs arising out of such redundant processes too are now saved by default as there is no need for physical documents, manpower, inventory and the more significant, time.
2. Audit Trail
Audit Trail is the underlying mechanism that proves the veracity of the user’s electronic signature. It basically records and secures complete action over the eDocument.
This function helps in solving all presumable disputes that may arise from the Aadhar based eSign over the document.
3. Fraud Free
Forging a signature over a physical document being easy as it gets, has proven to cause financial as well as legal hardships through the history of wet (handwritten) signatures.
The two-factor verification of the Aadhaar-based eSignature; where the user is sent a One Time Password (OTP) to his Aadhaar linked mobile number prevents the most conceivable chances of fraud over the eDocument.
4. Remote Convenience
Perhaps, it goes without saying how a digitized facility helps the masses access information from any part of the world.
The digitised version of signature is of particular significance to individuals as well as businesses in the country for the simple reason that it boosts workflow and brings in chanceless convenience to a rather crucial and sensitive process of authenticating documents.
SignDesk’s intuitive User Interface helps one make the eSign in less than 2 minutes from any part of the world- the user just has to upload his documents, enter his Aadhaar linked phone number and key in the OTP he/she received on their mobile phones.
As pointed earlier, one can also welcome the other party /parties to eSign the same document by providing their email address – the other signer will now follow the same process to imply their consent over the document.