Electronic signature

Make signature easy

Too often IT solution providers have forgotten to make their applications easy, intuitive, satisfying, and “error free” so they can be used by anyone.

Usability first

@TrustPro we have prepared for you a simple identification, authentication and easy and comfortable digital signature experience.

Get your electronic signature, login, upload your document and be happy


A signature you can trust

Electronic signatures in the EU are governed by the Electronic Identification and Trust Services (eIDAS) Regulation providing a regulatory environment directly applicable to all EU Member States to enable secure and seamless electronic interactions between businesses, citizens and public authorities.

From July 2016 EU rules on electronic signatures apply directly across the 28 Member States.

Qualified electronic signatures are explicitly recognized to have the equivalent legal effect of hand-written signatures all over the EU.

Who provides the electronic signature?

Electronic signature with legal value throughout Europe must be issued by a Qualified Trust Service Provider. Only QTSP which have been granted a qualified status by a national competent authority could provide electronic signatures with qualified certificate.

TrustPro QTSP guarantees to third parties all around EU that:

you are you

It works like with credit cards: the bank circuit that issues it guarantees the credit of the person who uses it, while TrustPro guarantees your identity.

How do I know if a company is a truly a Qualified Trust Service Provider?

Qualified Trust Services Provider in Europe are listed in national ‘trusted lists’ in all European Union and European Economic Area member-states.

Those lists can be accessed through the Trusted List Browser, an online tool provided by the European Commission to ease the process of finding trust services:


Benefits of electronic signature for end users

Electronic signature allows the full digitization of business processes, eliminating the time and costs of printing, faxing, mailing, copying, scanning and filing in paper formats which presents many disadvantages:

  • risk of loss, destruction and incompleteness
  • difficulty to search, edit and share
  • need for bulky, physical storage space

By eliminating these burdens, governments, companies and citizens implementing the electronic signature will:

  • save significant time
  • enhance the security of the processes
  • reduce operational costs
  • cut carbon footprint
  • improve all parties’ satisfaction
  • fullfil legal compliance

Electronic signing is fast, green, secure and extremely convenient, contributing to an improved overall experience.