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Why the Comsure Electronic Signature and Encryption Solution is an Essential Business Tool


Comsure’s turnkey partner Galaxkey provides electronic signature features that offer companies a secure and straightforward option to safeguard their essential documents with all data encrypted via an easy-to-use system. The Data included in contractual communications can be completely encrypted, rendering them indecipherable to threat actors.  Also, you can verify (e.g. passport verification) signatories before you grant permission to view or print content.

If you want an electronic signature feature that is secure, straightforward and safeguards documents by encryption via an easy-to-use system, contact COMSURE today to experience a free two-week trial.

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  • In keeping competitive, enterprises and organisations operating in all sectors face increased pressure to lower operating costs while improving the speed and efficiency of their services.
  • In terms of data security, firms are also facing stricter demands to be compliant from regulators.
  • While there are many approaches businesses can take to address these critical issues, electronic signature use can be a swift and straightforward solution that ticks many boxes.

In the following sections, we'll take a close look at the numerous advantages adopting electronic signatures can offer to today's firms.

  • There are no constraints with electronic signatures - When a company has staff spread across the country, the world or simply remote working from home, completing contracts or signing invoices from any device or any place is invaluable.
  • Instead of waiting for international couriers and erratic postal systems, electronic signing prevents delays and makes doing business faster and more efficient.
  • E-signatures can be added in seconds, allowing firms to fulfil agreements, make deals and raise purchase orders quickly and easily.


  • Digital contracts and documents can use electronic signatures to protect the data they contain.
  • By requiring specific e-signatures to access information, unauthorised individuals can be kept out of sensitive material.
  • Data included in contractual communications can be completely encrypted, rendering it indecipherable to threat actors, and signatories can be verified prior to being granted permission to view or print content.
  • This increased security also answers the rigorous demands of data regulators, who insist that measures are taken to secure all personal information belonging to data subjects. Data is protected and can be tracked and recalled at a moment's notice, with a copy of the e-signature presented.


  • As mentioned, e-signatures require no expensive courier services or special delivery mail rates, but they also allow companies to cut other costs.
  • The expense of renting a franking machine, a printer or buying stocks of paper and toner to keep it running are all negated when transactions are completed online.
  • The unseen cost paid by the environment from wasted paper, air miles and ink cartridges is also mitigated, making e-signature a far greener option – ideal for forward-thinking companies.


  • E-signatures are faster to execute, meaning quicker turnarounds on essential documents that require an express approach. They can save time for personnel in other ways with handy alerts when documents are signed and easy tracking systems, making them perfect for private and vital records.
  • This means no more hours wasted chasing documents to be signed or charting their progress across the globe with international courier companies.


  • The Galaxkey electronic signature feature offers companies a secure and straightforward option to safeguard their essential documents with all data encrypted via an easy-to-use system.

Mathew Beale - Chartered FCSI

Principal (Director) - Comsure Compliance Limited, Comsure Technology Limited, Comsure Group Limited (the "Comsure Group of Companies")

No 1 Bond Street Chambers, St Helier, Jersey, Channel Islands, JE2 3NP

Direct Tel: +44 (0) 1534 626841 - Mobile Tel: +44 (0) 7797 747 490 

Skype: comsurecompliance -



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