Welcome to OneSpan Sign. In the guided path below, you will find everything you need to understand the basics of OneSpan Sign and how you can get started, quickly and easily.
OneSpan Sign is the leading electronic signature solution for business. It is second to none in reliability, scalability, and security. This quick video will give you a high level overview of what OneSpan Sign is all about.
Many more common questions about e-Signatures and OneSpan Sign can be found in the FAQ on eSignlive.com
How it works
At a high level, the process is quite simple. The document to be signed originates in your application. It is then passed to OneSpan Sign in a document package, where signers, signature locations, and other properties are defined. Once completed, the package is sent to all signers. After signing is completed, whether in-person, on a PC, or on a mobile device, the completed documents can be downloaded and handled within your application, again.
This diagram gives an overview of the signing sequence, in OneSpan Sign.
Join the community
If you haven’t already, take a quick minute to join the OneSpan Sign Developer Community. It’s quick and it’s free. It will also give you access to post questions in the forums.
Visit our Interactive Demo
Test drive OneSpan Sign features from our Interactive Demo. Learn how to integrate OneSpan Sign into your application using our APIs and SDKs and view the sample code used per use case.Explore
Get a sandbox account
The best way to try out OneSpan Sign is to sign up for a free sandbox account. You will need one of these to follow along with the quick start guides in the next step. Note: To access your sandbox API Key, log into your account, choose the drop down in the top right corner (next to your name), select Admin, and go to the Integration section.Sign up
Choose an option
Beyond reliability, scalability, and security, OneSpan Sign is also very flexible in the ways you can use it. Below are different ways in which you can use OneSpan Sign and our step-by-step guides to get up and running in minutes. If you're wanting to utilize one of our SDKs, you can find those, on the SDK resource page.
Now that you have a basic understanding of OneSpan Sign and have gotten your feet wet with a simple, working example of creating and completing a document package, the following resources will all help you with furthering your knowledge of what all OneSpan Sign can do for you and your application.