What is the difference between a signatory and an approver?

In addition to those who have to sign the document through Docuten, we allow for the inclusion of users with the role of Validator/Approver. A signatory will sign the document, while an approver reviews and validates the document (but doesn’t sign).

The role of those participating in the signature flow will be indicated when the process is created. Once all participants have been added, you can define their respective roles. To do this, there is a blue button located to the right of each participant where you can specify his or her role.

All of the solutions offered by Docuten comply with the European eIDAS Regulation, along with other international regulations on digital signature. Feel free to contact us if you have further questions about our different digital signature options.

You can also find out how to send a document to be signed with Docuten in this short video: