The biometric signature system allows handwritten signatures to be made on an electronic device, providing greater validity compared to paper signatures.
The device records parameters such as the speed, inclination and pressure of the pen during the signature, or the time of the pen in the air. It also allows the signature to be enriched with additional information such as geolocation and time stamping.
Allow documents to be signed anywhere on tablets and smartphones.
Increase the quality of signature processes, including traceability.
Eliminate the costs of paper, including its safekeeping.
Fast transactions in a controlled and secure manner.
Expertise tools with the ability to compare digital and paper signatures.
It has wide personal and social acceptance as a method of authentication.