SENDING AND SIGNING OF CONTRACTS MADE EASY
VEP Contract is a solution for companies that want to digitize and thus accelerate the conclusion of contracts with their partners in a safe, reliable, and legally valid way.
With VEP Contracts service we make complex technology user-friendly. Uploading, signing, and sending contracts is easy in the user-friendly VEP Contracts interface.
For easier storage and connection, it can also be integrated with extended document systems.
The conclusion of contracts is carried out with ensured mutual verification of validity and electronic identity. Both the sender and the recipient receive proof of services rendered (delivery receipt).
HOW DOES IT WORK?
- Upload documents for signature or send them from the document system, specify the signatories, order and place of signatures and send them.
2. The signatories receive the documents in their secure mailbox, where they can sign or reject them with an explanation. The sender is continuously informed of any changes to the documents.
If the signers do not have a secure mailbox yet, it will be created for them automatically. They will receive a link to access the document to their usual email address.
3. Upon successful signing, all participants are notified by email, and they can access the documents in their secure mailbox.
The signing process is transparent and fully traceable, and no prior registration is required for signatories.
VEP’s secure electronic delivery, validation reports attached to each document, qualified time-stamping of signatures, and validation of electronic signatures and stamps with a qualified verification service, will ensure that your documents will always be in the right hands.
The VEP.si Contracts service ensures legal validity, a high level of security, simple integration and saves on work and time.
(PDF merging, PDF/A converter)
Built-in legal entity representative verification
Ability to request a qualified signature
Either-or option when adding signatories
Option to send contracts to persons without a secure email box
Attached validation report
Integration with document systems
No further development is required
Free support & registration
- Support by phone, e-mail mail and the possibility of remote connection
- Help with registration
- Help with acquiring a digital identity
F. A. Q.
The service is intended for anyone who wants to sign and send for signature any contract or document. The service is generally intended for organizations that want to do business electronically in a reliable and secure way.
The VEP Contracts service is intended for areas where a high level of security is required both in terms of protecting the content and the identity of the participants. The signing of contracts and attachments is carried out in a way that ensures the equivalence of e-signatures with handwritten signatures. Validation is performed for each signature of the document and is forwarded to the sender of the contract together with the signed documents.
Yes, contracts completed, signed and sent in this way have the same legal validity as those sent by ordinary paper mail, provided that the signatory uses means of qualified electronic signature. Access to and signature service are based on a qualified e-signature tool from qualified trust service providers in the EU, which you can check here.
The identity and validity of electronic signatures and stamps are verified by a qualified electronic signature and stamp verification trust service.
The service is based on a qualified e-delivery service according to eIDAS regulation. A secure electronic inbox is automatically opened for anyone who signs or rejects the received contract or document in which they receive proof of signing or refusing to sign the contract.
Sending e-contracts is charged according to the price list.
No, the recipient of the contract only needs an email address with any email provider. The user who sent the contract for signature receives a copy of the contract in their secure electronic inbox. A temporary secure electronic mailbox (VEP) is created for a user who does not have a secure electronic inbox.
To sign, you need a qualified electronic signature certificate issued by a qualified issuer of qualified digital certificates listed on a secure list with the European Commission.