What is E-Signature?
E-signature or Qualified Electronic Certificate (QEC) is the electronic text equivalent of the wet-signature used in all electronic environments. In addition, it can be used as an authentication tool in various online or offline environments.
According to Electronic Signature Law No. 5070 dated January 15, 2004, the secure electronic signature given by the authorized Electronic Certificate Service Providers has the same legal consequences as the signed signature.
E-signature created in accordance with the law provides a legal basis for computer or electronic letter approval processes and removes the paper.
The person who would like to make a declaration of intention can use e-signature in the institution’s document flow system, web services, or e-government services.