Tunisia-based electronic signature platform, NGSign has secured $544k funding from undisclosed institutions and investment funds. With the new investment, the startup will strengthen its hold on the Tunisian market as well as position itself as one of the leaders in electronic trust services in Africa and internationally.
As the first of its kind in Tunisia, NGSign allows users to sign documents electronically, ensuring that the probative value of the signed documents remains intact.
The startup was launched in 2016 by Khadija Ferjani and Mohamed Ali Tarhouni. In 2018, Dr. Moez Ben Mbarka, currently serving as the CEO, became an additional member of the founding team.
In addition to its electronic signature, the company has rolled out a comprehensive suite of trust services solutions such as Visible Electronic Seal (QRSecure) and management of electronic certificate requests (Remote Trust).
NGSign also offers several types of electronic signature, advanced management of signature transactions such as multiple signatories, multiple documents, and multiple roles.
Its innovative solutions have facilitated the adoption of electronic signatures by several public and private organizations, particularly the startup’s clients, two of which became the first financial companies to adopt an electronic signature system in the country.
In June 2020, NGSign signed a partnership agreement with CARTE Assurances, an organization committed to modernizing business processes and encouraging innovative Tunisian Startups.
Through this partnership, both parties aim to place digitalization at the heart of their development strategy and further fast-track the process of digitalization in Tunisia.
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