TSS @ MWC 2019

Documents physical/digital life cycle is challenging: Print, sign, scan, send, archive and retrieve documents is:

  • Costly and Time-Consuming.
  • Susceptibilitytohuman errors.
  • SecurityandPrivacy vulnerable.

Digital Signature

Digital Signatures are a secure and trusted type of electronic signatures, and today’s B2B, B2C, and governmental markets all shift towards adopting electronic signatures for its many benefits including:

  • Go Paperless: Save time, money, effort, and the environment.
  •  Easier Business Process: Doing your signing electronically makes every transaction a smoother process for you and your clients.
  • Go Mobile: collaboration within your organization or with your clients just got easier.

Remote Signing

Strong digital signature:

  • Unique keys for every user
  • Strong non-repudiation
  • Trusted path to authorize server-side signing

Easy to use: 

  • No tokens or smartcard/readers
  • No need for users to install specialist software apps or plug-ins, sign from any device, anywhere
  • All crypto keys managed centrally and automatically without user involvement

Cost Effective:

  • No hardware to deploy or send to the user
  • Centralized management

TSS enables you to embed electronic signing into your existing website, portals, and applications.


Understand the current status and define the business, legal and technical objectives


Define the right systems, solutions, and manpower to achieve the defined objectives


Put the plan into actions and measure the outcomes against the defined KPIs


of companies admit to printing and ink signing documents and then scanning them back in to their DMS

3 Days

On average, up to 3 days is added to most processes in order to collect physical signatures.


  • The economic climate has changed dramatically. The costs of interacting with customers and other third parties in traditional ways are constantly increasing.
  • Digital signatures provide excellent authenticity, traceability and control compared to paper-based processes.
  • Complex documents such as financial instruments, insurance policies and agreements can be easily handled online and signed by both parties to avoid time delays, mistakes, increase accuracy and completion rates.

Online signatures are legally accepted and can be used in court.

Public key infrastructure (PKI) is used to ensure your documents and eSignatures are kept safe and secure


Local and central governments by their very nature have always been paper-intensive Organisation, because of core requirements for strong audit trails, decision tractability, and control.

The need to serve citizens and businesses in an automated manner has led governments in many countries around the world to various e-Gov initiatives.

  • 20% of the active population of the European Union (EU) should be using a digital signature by 2020.
In Africa:
  • The share of countries with improved E-GovDevelopmentIndex (EGDI) scores expanded in 2018.
  • 57% of countries moved upwards and changed their position in the Online Service Index (OSI) level standing.





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