Today, we are thrilled to introduce Aadhaar-based eSign to our users in India, which has equivalent legal acceptance to signing documents with pen and paper. We believe this will help Indian businesses to adopt digital signatures with more confidence than ever before. Using this, businesses can also say goodbye to the cumbersome process of signing documents with USB token-based electronic signature certificates.
How Aadhaar-based eSign works
Let’s take a look at how Aadhaar eSign works in Zoho Sign:
- Enable the Aadhaar eSign integration by navigating to the integrations page in the Settings menu of your Zoho Sign account.
- Upload or import the documents, enter the recipient details, add signature fields, and send the documents out for signature.
Now, the signer can proceed to the document through the signing link received from Zoho Sign, and select sign via Aadhaar eSign from the dropdown menu at the top-right corner top of the signing page.
- The signer will be taken to the eMudhra eSign service website. All you need to do is enter your Aadhaar number, and a one-time password (OTP) will be generated and sent to the mobile number associated with your Aadhaar. Enter the OTP to finish signing the documents using Aadhaar eSign.
- Once the signing process is completed, the signers will receive the signed copy over email or can download the copy by accessing the initial signing link.
Where do I start?
This integration is readily available for all Zoho Sign users with the Enterprise plan based in our India data centre(zoho.in/sign).We also offer comprehensive help documentation for our users to get started.
Here’s a link to our webinar recording – How to sign documents with Aadhaar eSign(India).
So, why wait? Try the app yourself! If you are not already using the Zoho sign, sign up for a 14-day free Enterprise trial.
For feedback, personalized demo requests, or any queries, write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a comment below.