Introducing the most powerful consumer signing tool in the world


happy-computer-woman logoThe SigniFlow team has come up with a sophisticated and secure – yet simple and easy to use – consumer signing tool, set to revolutionise the digital signature market in 2019

When our clients – and the market they serve – speak, we listen. Carefully. So when a number of SigniFlow clients, who serve private customers from all walks of life, told us they needed an uncomplicated signing tool that could be used by anyone, anywhere and on any device – without security ever being jeopardised – we put our heads together and came up with what we have dubbed EasiSign.

Simple and unassuming by name, EasiSign is by no means that at the core. On the contrary, EasiSign is the most powerful consumer signing tool yet. Paradoxically, our latest consumer signing tool is something so intricate and sophisticated, something so watertight and secure on the inside, yet on the surface – for the end user – a simple, clean and uncluttered, easy-to-use interface.

Currently in Q4 2018, EasiSign is only available to customers with existing, or new, SigniFlow Hybrid Server licences. EasiSign is set to officially be launched into the SigniFlow technology stack during Q1 of 2019.

This revolutionary consumer signing tool will essentially replace the existing signing interface when SigniFlow Version 4 is launched during Q2 2019. Don’t get us wrong – the current interface in SigniFlow Version 3.3 is a great business process tool – but we have learnt that for private consumers, especially in the lower LSM groups, signing documents electronically can be overwhelming.

EasiSign eliminates complexity entirely. It is fast and very easy to use, on any device. Best of all – you can rest assured that security and authentication will never be compromised.

The A, B, C of EasiSign

With EasiSign, the authentication configuration can be set by each customer, and on a document level.  Authentication methods include any one, or a combination of, any of the following options: full registration, ID number verification and input matching, SMS One Time Pin (OTP), USSD OTP, password and email verification.

EasiSign is mostly driven by API integration with document composition systems or enterprise resource planning systems (ERPs) in the background producing the documents, and triggering the SigniFlow EasiSign workflow.

The new interface features a multi-document portfolio environment that simulates attachments to an email, and can group multiple documents together – which are then presented to the signer as a single document, for easy reading.

EasiSign also features a secured document upload portal, through which the sender (workflow creator) can request that the signer upload additional documents (such as proof of residence, identity documents, etc) when signing.

A great tool for carrying out FICA processes, EasiSign also has huge advantages in terms of the POPI Act, which calls for stringent private information protection.

EasiSign is included free of charge with any SigniFlow licence and, as always, there are no costs involved for the consumer, who can sign in EasiSign using their free SignFREE licence.

Existing Hybrid Server customers that wish to switch to EasiSign, can do so without any cost implications.

For more information on our awesome new consumer signing tool, contact the team via  or phone:

South Africa : (+27) 10 300 4898

Americas: (+1) 603 717 4248

Europe: (+32) 494 102 095

A ground breaking digital signature technology that enables your customers to sign electronically.

CoSignCollabPBA digital signature solution that enables your customers to sign your online documents and forms electronically without them already having a digital signature or any hardware signing device.

 What’s all the excitement about?

Up until now, signing electronically with a digital signature was predominantly only available to licensed subscribers of digital signature applications and not to external customers whom are required to sign digital forms and documents, once-off. This is largely due to the cost associated with digital signatures and “on the fly” digital signatures not being available to a person that is not identified and linked to an established digital signature account.

With the new Cosign Collab service, you enable the customer to once-off sign the form or document electronically with a digital signature using the organisation’s license. The system establishes essential confidence and compliance in the signature with three key areas (the three I’s) when issuing the digital signature.

1. Intent to sign

Intent to sign is established through communication that requires action. Once the signer has opted by action to continue with the process, intent is established and the signing process is activated.

2. Identity of the signer

The Identity of the customer is established through various electronic communication methodologies. Existing account holders’ data can also be used in our identification methodologies. A combination of Email and mobile OTP (One time password) technologies are used to grant access to the document and digital signature.

3. Integrity of the document

After a user electronically signs the document with their issued digital signature, the content of the document is protected. If any changes are made to the signed document, the signature will no longer be valid. The validity of the digital signature and the integrity of the document can be verified by anyone using free Adobe PDF reader, no need for any additional software or licenses.

What does this mean for business?

Lets assume that you are a financial institution that requires a customer to fill out a form to apply for credit. There are generally three major processes that follows. The applicant fills out the form, prints a copy, signs it and scans it back before uploading or Emailing it. The organisation then processes the application and if successful a final agreement is drawn up that the applicant must sign. This is generally Emailed and the process of printing, signing, scanning and Emailing is repeated. In some instances the applicant is even expected to make his way into a branch to sign on paper.

With pbVerify’s CoSign Collab, this entire process is digitised. No paper, printing, signing and scanning of the document and no need for the document to be emailed or uploaded at any stage.


pbVerify CoSign Collab

Learn more about the CoSign digital signature solution

Please contact Leon van der Merwe on 011 516 9400 for more information or to book a product demo.

Author: Google