Kdan Mobile Software Ltd., a global software as a service (SaaS) company, has announced that its e-signature service DottedSign now includes a digital identity certificate from Chunghwa Telecommunications Company (CHT) A+Sign, a certified member of Adobe Approved Trust List (AATL) in Taiwan.
AATL is the world’s largest trust service for electronic documents. The AATL certification ensures identity authentication and signature validation to all documents electronically signed with DottedSign.
This adds a layer of security and further protects DottedSign users. They can execute the signing process under a safe and trusted environment. CHT A+Sign, as a CA (Certificate Authority), issues a high-level identity authentication to all signed documents via DottedSign and ensures that no changes are made to the documents once all parties have completed signing.
The signatures will appear as trusted when a document is opened in Acrobat and Acrobat Reader.
“We’re observing this mass migration of workers from traditional office environments to remote locations, and the collaboration is a part of the companies’ response to concerns raised by client organizations regarding privacy, data protection, security, and compliance,” explains Kenny Su, the CEO of Kdan Mobile.
“In order to maintain social distance while remaining productive, these companies need to be able to trust that contracts they’re getting signed are safe, secure, and enforceable. DottedSign provides this peace of mind.”
DottedSign featured in the list of “10 Best Free and Open Source Digital Signature Software” by GoodFirms in 2020. DottedSign’s user base has increased 300% in the first half-year in 2020 compared to the same period, as demand for remote signing has increased during COVID-19.
This is a part of Kdan Mobile’s efforts to help workers around the world stay safe without compromising their output.
Any business or individual interested in learning more about DottedSign is encouraged to visit the company website at https://dottedsign.com.