In our personal lives we have come a long way in replacing inefficient processes – emails for letters and computers for typewriters are some prominent examples. We have also become addicted to instant gratifica...
In our personal lives we have come a long way in replacing inefficient processes – emails for letters and computers for typewriters are some prominent examples. We have also become addicted to instant gratification – watching movies, ordering meals and running errands (Zomato, Dunzo, Practo, Capital Float…you get the idea).
However, when running businesses there is always so much to be done that one can frequently fail to keep track of the creeping redundancies. You may see things being executed “smoothly”, but the redundancies slowly eat into your money and employees’ time. Freeing your employees from these would allow them to be ‘outcome driven’, reduce errors, and minimize the consequent time in locating and fixing them. Does this sound too good to be true? Read on.
The dynamic and exponential growth of digital payments in India is pretty evident. Everyone, from the Government of India (BHIM) to global tech companies (Facebook, Google) to legacy banks (Axis, HDFC, et al) to a number of start-ups (PayTM, PayU, MobiKwik) have jumped into this space.
However, one pressing concern has been security in the digital payments ecosystem. Cyber-frauds, scams, and phishing attacks are one layer of the problem. The other is ensuring that appropriate cybersecurity controls are actually implemented by payment systems providers.
In this post, we are going to discuss how Leegality’s Aadhaar eSign Gateway works and how it can be used to integrate and collect digital signatures from users. Leegality’s Aadhaar eSign Gateway works similar to a payment gateway, just that here the gateway is being used to collect signatures instead of payments.
In an earlier post, we talked about the basics of Aadhaar eSign and how digital signatures function. In this post, we are going to talk about how businesses can utlise Aadhaar eSign to optimise and automate their paperwork and save significant time, money and resources.
Aadhaar eSign is a government prescribed method of digitally signing a document and has legal and evidentiary value equivalent to that of wet (hand-written) signatures. In fact, digital signatures including Aadhaar eSigns can have more evidentiary weight than wet signatures.