The signing party understands and accepts the terms being offered, and clearly expresses their intent to enter into the agreement. A screen capture of the signing view in the Scrive UI is just one piece of evidence we use to demonstrate intent.
The person who executes the electronic signature is actually the named signing party. The signing party’s email address is often proof enough. Nevertheless, the amount of business risk you want to assume is a factor to consider, or depending on the country, the law may require stronger forms of authentication for specified types of documents. Scrive offers a range of tools for authenticating the signatory’s identity, including PIN by SMS, eID and uploading photo ID.
In the event of a dispute, you can conclusively show that your document has not been altered, forged or tampered with in any way. Scrive seals each signed document with a digital signature that protects the integrity of the document, any attachments and the complete Evidence Package.