While switching to paperless you will save paper, printing and Document logistics cost.
You avoid additional cost while implementing GDPR in current Document logistics process.
You increase your effectivity by eliminating unnecessary human related processes like inventory management.
Sign on Tab will increase effectivity
Your document loss ratio could be reduced to ZERO.
Way more effective document storing process as all related documents are stored in one place (e.g. Consent, ID copy & Contract).
In case customer is being served by mobile staff or couriers services can be activated right after customer signs the contract.
Contract can be signed in most efficient way
You can sign on screen with Active/Non Active pen. We do also support Mobile ID, Smart ID or any another digital signing mean applicable in your country.
Is it legally binding?
Depending on the liability level documents can be sealed with qualified e-seal. We do support qualified time stamps, qualified signature. Using right hardware we also capture biometrical signature data.
Smart workplace which will increase productivity
Sign on Tab shortens customer serving time thus increasing productivity of your employees. Time what is being spend on printing, copying, storing Document copies can be spent on serving customer and up-sale.
Telecoms ans ISPs
Sports and Leisure
We believe that we can make planet greener! How many trees you will save with Sign on Tab?
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What is GDPR?
GDPR stands for General Data Protection Regulation. This EU regulation active since May 2018. It is related to personal data protection and personal rights related to that data. In essence - customers will be able to control own personal data which is being held by third parties.
What responsible win companies have under this new regulation?
Companies must: Ensure that processes related to certain customer rights are working properly (right to be informed, right to be forgotten, access right and etc.). Identify the legal basis for data processing activities (data controllers / processors). Organize consent procedures. Implement procedures for detection, notification and processing of personal data breaches.
What kind of information does the GDPR apply to?
GDPR deals exclusively with personal data. Personal data is the one that is relate to a physical person (data subject) that can be identified, directly or indirectly, using data such as a personal code and/or specific attributes characterising one or more persons, such as physical, physiological, psychological, cultural, social and etc. Personal data can be an attribute as well such as IP address, physical address, or personal income.
Are there any specific rules business should be fallowig in order to ensure compliance?
While complying with the GDPR, businesses have to follow a new set of rules in order to collect, transport, and store personal data. Access to data must also be strictly controlled. While Documents are signed on paper, there are many additional processes involved in organising logistics of the Documents (Documents must be placed in envelopes, on top of it there should be a system which anonymise the data and etc.). The process of data access control also becomes extremely complex to manage.