OneID and SigniFlow partner to strengthen eSigning capabilities
By Gloria Methri
OneID has announced a new partnership with SigniFlow, a digital signature and workflow automation platform advancing digital transformation.
SigniFlow has robust measures to ensure that the correct person is accessing and signing a document, and this collaboration means its customers in the UK will benefit from the additional safeguards that signer-identity verification brings to their electronic signature process.
The whole process is quick and easy for document signers, who can quickly prove their identity in a few seconds, while maintaining complete control over the data they share, digitally signing documents that are tamper-proof and legally binding.
While it has relevance across multiple sectors, this partnership will aid financial services and insurance entities by implementing a robust ID verification system to enhance the security and traceability of their critical e-signing transactions.
Melanie Horn, Regional Director, SigniFlow, said, “OneID and SigniFlow are partnering to offer enhanced eSigning solutions with robust digital identity verification for financial and insurance providers. OneID’s identity verification solution will be integrated with SigniFlow to establish secure digital identities for customers. This collaboration streamlines access to services, eliminating the need for multiple usernames and passwords. It also assists financial and insurance institutions in compliance with regulations and mitigating fraud risks by incorporating digital ID checks into SigniFlow’s eSigning process.”
Keith Mabbitt, Chief Customer Officer, OneID said, “From our first meeting with SigniFlow, it was quickly clear that our businesses are aligned in wanting to help businesses add additional protections from the increasing risks of identity fraud. Through the collaboration, we further strengthen the protection SigniFlow already provides their customers whilst maintaining their smooth customer experience.”
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