Secured Signing Now Powers Secure One Click Signing for Unlimited Documents

A new digital signature technology gives organizations the power to securely sign an unlimited number of documents with a single click.

In a major leap for business productivity, Secured Signing, the safest way to digitally sign documents, today announced batch signing.

Secured Signing’s customer research found senior executives in the public and private sectors typically needed to sign several documents or letters on an ongoing basis. To comply with legislation, electronic versions of these documents need to be sealed with digital signatures.

Secured Signing uses the Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) protocol, the only proven technology to prevent forgeries. PKI technology generates two personal signing keys for each user – a private key and a public key. No one user has the same set of keys. With batch signing, Secured Signing has become the first company to offer this level of security for multiple documents in a single click.

Now, when a Secured Signing account owner is invited to sign multiple documents, they can complete the signing process with a single click. To start batch signing, Secured Signing customers go to My Invitations and tick the documents they need to sign.

Click Batch Sign and hundreds – even thousands – of documents are signed automatically.

Batch signing complements Secured Signing’s suite of digital signature solutions.

Here’s how these technologies work together to protect documents:

  • All documents are sealed by a tamper-proof mechanism. So, if the document is changed, all signatures are invalidated.
  • Detailed audit trials , increasing the validity of the agreements.

Processing paper documents leads to decreased productivity and profits, according to AIIM (Association of Information and Image Management.) It’s why many companies want to digitize their signing processes. By 2022, the size of the digital signature market is expected to reach $3.4 billion.

Mike Eyal, the Managing Director of Secured Signing, said a move to digital signatures and batch signing would reduce the time spent signing, giving senior executives more time for strategic work.

“We’ve always believed technology should help move businesses forward. With batch signing, our customers now have an even easier way to sign documents. Simpler signing processes give our clients the freedom to focus on improving business operations.”

Eyal added the growth of digital document management was driving the increasing demand for secure ways to complete signing.

“In the digital age, we’re seeing more and more organizations shift from paper-based processes to cloud-based document management. For businesses to thrive and compete confidently in the new economy, they need access to secure digital services.

“That’s why our digital signatures deliver the strongest protection against forgery and tampering. It’s all the convenience you’d expect from digital signature software, but with the kind of security you’d expect from your bank.”

About Secured Signing
Secured Signing provides a one-stop digital signature service that delivers a full range of form completion and eSigning capabilities. Using advanced personalised X509 PKI Digital Signature technology, it is more secure than a plain electronic signature.
Secured Signing enables its users to use any device to capture their graphical signature, fill-in, sign, seal and verify documents anywhere, anytime. The solution streamlines business processes, cuts back on expenses, expedites delivery cycles, improves staff efficiency and enhances customer service in a green environment. To learn more about Secured Signing, visit

Press Contact:
John Webster
Secured Signing Ltd
Phone: 408 769 6074