Maschinenring Salzburg is digitising its signature workflows with sproof sign in order to make internal processes even more efficient. Instead of printing out documents to sign and distributing and collecting them across several departments as well as office locations, this can now be done completely digitally.
The original idea of the machinery ring was for farmers to support each other and jointly achieve price advantages and reduce costs by sharing expensive machinery. This vision is still valid today. In addition, the machinery ring opens up a variety of other business opportunities. Through services and personnel leasing, farmers and people with an agricultural background are employed, for example, in winter service but also in summer service, and thus the machinery ring offers numerous employment opportunities.
Maschinenring Salzburg chose sproof to accompany its digitisation process for two reasons: sproof is an Austrian company that is 100% GDPR compliant, and sproof offers qualified electronic signatures for legally binding and valid digital signing according to the European legal framework. Qualified signatures offer the highest level of trust and are equivalent to handwritten signatures.
With sproof, the management of Maschinenring Salzburg was equipped with its own legally binding electronic signature. However, the use of sproof sign is not limited to the management; all other employees can also digitalise their processes. sproof sign is a cloud-based solution, easy to use and does not require a large IT project to get started.
"We at Maschinenring Salzburg decided to use sproof to optimise our business processes and make them more efficient. All documents that require a qualified signature are signed via sproof in a matter of seconds and digitally signed in their entirety. The mass signature of documents is a central feature for us, which not only saves paper, but above all time."
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