Embedded insurance or embedded insurance refers to insurance products that are purchased in a package with a service or item.
Printing out offers and policies on paper and signing them with a ballpoint pen – that was yesterday. With the eIDAS regulation in the EU and the ZertES law in Switzerland, the certificate-based electronic signature has become equal to the handwritten signature.
Skribble, the specialist for electronic signatures, and Consor Universal, the underwriting platform for industrial and specialty insurers, are entering into a partnership with this in mind. The aim of the collaboration is to offer Skribble’s simple and secure electronic signature in the Consor Universal underwriting platform.
Risk assessments, offers, policies, contracts with reinsurers and co-insurers, and many other legally relevant documents can thus be signed in a legally binding and secure manner with just a few clicks in the future.
“With partner companies like Consor, we can expand our offering and increasingly make our electronic signatures available to our insurance customers” says Skribble CEO Philipp Dick.
And Ruedi Wipf, CEO of Consor says: “The integration of Skribble into Consor Universal is very easy and enables our customers to further digitalize their processes.”
About Skribble: Skribble is the European provider of electronic signatures with Swiss data protection. As a one-stop store for electronic signing, the Zurich-based company delivers the legally appropriate electronic signature for every type of contract. The basis is formed by legally regulated standards, including the qualified electronic signature (QES) – the only form of electronic signature that is equal to the handwritten signature before the.
Are you interested in signing your legally relevant documents completely digitally? We look forward to hearing from you!