Intrum and mesoneer improve digital signature

Schwerzenbach/Wallisellen ZH – Intrum AG has developed SIGN in collaboration with mesoneer AG. The platform aims to provide private individuals and companies with a fast and secure way to sign digitally. SIGN should fulfill all requirements for electronic signatures for Switzerland and the EU.

Intrum AG from Schwerzenbach has joined forces with the software company mesoneer AG from Wallisellen to develop the SIGN platform, which aims to make digital signatures simpler, more secure and more flexible for both private individuals and companies, as detailed in a press release. The SIGN platform offers all common electronic signatures such as the Simple Electronic Signature (EES), the Advanced Electronic Signature (FES) and the Qualified Electronic Signature (QES).

SIGN works with integrated identification solutions such as AutoIdent or VideoIdent. All regulatory requirements for Switzerland and the EU would be met with SIGN.

In addition to its function as a debt collection company, Intrum AG specializes in the targeted, digital introduction of new employees to companies. The partnership with the technology company mesoneer has enabled Intrum to create a state-of-the-art platform, according to the press release. "We are proud to partner with mesoneer to offer a solution that revolutionizes the digital signing process," said Martin Honegger, Director of Sales and Business Development at Intrum. "SIGN stands for simplicity, security and adaptability - core requirements that are indispensable in our fast-moving world." ce/js

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