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Swedish Legitify and Scrive partner to enhance security and efficiency in electronic notarization

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Stockholm-founded Legitify has partnered with Scrive, known for e-signature solutions, to offer electronic notarization services. This collaboration aims to enhance electronic notarization processes for Legitify’s customers. Through this partnership, Legitify’s platform will integrate with Scrive, enabling notaries to use Qualified Electronic Signatures (QES) for online notarizations. Founded in 2020 in Stockholm, Legitify has digitalized the notarization process, serving customers across sectors like financial services, banking, legal services, and more. This partnership signifies a step towards improving the efficiency and security of notarization processes, aligning with the increasing digitalization of legal procedures.

Founded in 2020, Legitify has rapidly digitalized the notarization process, making it quicker, easier, and accessible to a broad audience. The company has served over 1132 customers across various sectors such as financial services, banking, legal services, real estate, professional services, maritime transportation, and healthcare. Legitify recently secured a €1.5M investment round to fuel its next stage of growth.

As more countries embrace digitalization and electronic notarization, Legitify aims to provide electronic notary services to its customer base and elevate their experience on the platform. The company’s mission is to simplify and streamline the notarization experience for both customers and notaries by building a user-friendly intuitive solution that makes notarization processes smoother, eliminates geographic barriers, and ensures compliance with regulatory standards.

The partnership with Scrive allows Legitify to offer enhanced security and integrity through remote electronic notarization with QES. This partnership sets a new standard of security and compliance, empowering users to securely notarize documents electronically. Additionally, it streamlines processes, eliminates logistical challenges, accelerates transaction timelines, and provides better record-keeping and compliance.

Aida Lutaj, Co-Founder & CEO of Legitify, emphasises the significance of enabling electronic notarisation: “With the changing regulatory landscape and increasing digitalisation (more countries are updating their laws to allow for electronic notarisations) across the EU, UK and beyond, this partnership with Scrive couldn’t have come at a better time. Improving customer experiences and growing our product offering to better service our customers, has always been our priority”.

Arko Ganguli, Co-Founder & CPO of Legitify, expresses his enthusiasm about the partnership: “Through this collaboration, we aim to elevate the customer experience and pave the way for future business expansion. Our users can now enjoy unparalleled ease and security in their transactions.”

Mads Rebsdorf, CEO of Scrive says: “As more countries continue to embrace the digitalisation of their legal processes, we’re thrilled to announce our partnership with Legitify, a digital notarisation platform that’s the first of its kind in the EU, UK and other global markets.

By combining the power of our e-signature solutions with their innovative digital notarisation platform, we’re not just saving time and money for our customers, but we’re also enhancing security and accessibility in the notarisation process.
This partnership marks yet another step forward in our mission to empower businesses around the world with seamless, efficient, and legally-binding document workflows.”

Whether an individual or a company looking to simplify and streamline notarization processes, Legitify and Scrive are leading the way forward in shaping the future of notarization.

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Nurcin Metingil
Nurcin Metingil
A permanent student, a passionate first reader and nowadays doing master’s degree in Publishing Management. Beside these, I am up for games! I have been playing games since I was 6. Now, I am whispering "Business. Business. Numbers. Is this working?"

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