The technology creates a “one-time biometric” by projecting a cryptographic sequence of colours from the device screen onto the user’s face.

Digidentity eSignatures now available direct from Adobe

Digidentity has teamed up with Adobe in a joint agreement that enables Adobe to resell Digidentity’s Advanced and Qualified Electronic signatures as part of the Adobe Sign service offering. 

Utilising Digidentity’s Remote Identification (Advanced and Qualified) assurance service, organisations receive a smoother and more versatile onboarding process that can be completed within minutes, including real-time remote registration and a self-service portal to manage account lifecycles and invite users. 

With Adobe’s global reach, this agreement enables Digidentity to further strengthen its position across key markets, expanding its commercial reach and accelerating growth. Global software giant Adobe is one of the biggest suppliers of electronic signatures. With the seamless integration of Digidentity within Adobe, clients can start signing their documents with Advanced (AES) or Qualified (QES) signatures on their existing contract. Digidentity is a Qualified Trust Service Provider in accordance with eIDAS.

Marcel Wendt, CTO and founder of Digidentity said: “We are very pleased to simplify the buying experience for our customers by offering the ability to purchase Advanced and Qualified digital certificates from Digidentity as part of their Adobe contract.” stated Alex Hayward, Senior Director, International Product Marketing & GTM, Adobe; “Customers can use Digidentity to streamline e-signing experiences with cloud signatures, helping ensure that each signer’s identity is fully verified and authenticated.”

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