Choosing us

Signatus increases productivity

of business processes that require handwritten signature.

Case studies

Signatus changes the way

companies approach digital transformation.

Use cases

Our references

BNP Paribas
VW finančné služby
Všeobecná zdravotná poisťovňa
Banka Creditas
Ministry of Health of Poland
Energo Pro
Tatra Leasing
Slovak Parcel Service
Partners Group SK
ČSOB Leasing
Banco Bradesco

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Industries and use cases

SIGNATUS already has a successful history in multiple business sectors. Find out how we change the way companies approach digital transformation.


A leading consumer credit provider uses SIGNATUS to obtain client signatures on credit contracts at third-party retail locations. Pictures of client IDs and proof of income captured by tablet camera accompany the signed contracts.

Private wealth advisors use SIGNATUS to perform non-cash banking and investment operations with affluent clients wherever and whenever they prefer.


An integrated system generates all necessary documents and then transfers them tablets operated by patient care representatives. The patient may read the contract, mark necessary checkboxes and simply sign previewed document with an electronic pen or touchscreen. All signed documents form an electronic file that is stored for immediate access and is instantly sent to the patient's email.


A telecom operator uses SIGNATUS to sign onboarding documents delivered to the customers’ doors by couriers using secured mobile devices. Telco services are activated or upgraded minutes after signatures are obtained without having to send paper documents for scanning and archiving.


The service industry greatly benefits from the reliable and easy to use features of the SIGNATUS solution. set up the workflows that best correspond with their needs and instead of handling multiple sheets of paper outdoors or in a factory, servicemen and delivery agents are equipped with a powerful tablet, which protects all relevant data and records handwritten signature as means of consent.


Customer care and on-boarding happens in the field. Simple and attractive user experience within a branded app improves customer satisfaction and streamlines internal processes.

Legality and security

The rules governing the use of electronic signatures in the European Union are set out in Regulation 910/2014, known as eIDAS - Electronic Identification, Authentication and Trust Services.

The eIDAS Regulation provides a framework and regulates electronic identification services and the trustworthiness of electronic transactions in the European Union. It regulates electronic signatures, electronic transactions and provides a secure way of doing business, for example in the electronic transfer of funds or transactions with public services. The eIDAS Regulation defines standards that grant qualified digital signatures, electronic and time seals the same legal status as their paper-based equivalents. European Union Member States are required to legally recognize eIDAS-compliant electronic signatures.

Depending on the nature of the use, the relevant rules and regulations for electronic signing must also be examined depending on the geographical jurisdiction. In specific cases, national legislation provides for exceptions where the signing of documents is preferred in physical paper form due to associated administrative acts.

  • SIGNATUS solution provides a platform for advanced electronic signature with biometry (pressure, angles, etc.)
  • Under European Union legislation (eIDAS and GDPR), the legal binding nature of such signature is equivalent to signature executed with pen on paper
  • Recorded biometry ensures authenticity of an electronic signature with option to examine signature by expert in the same way as when signing with a pen on paper
  • Security of advanced electronic signature is extended by digital fingerprint, which protects the document from manipulation of the content after its signing