Riyadh – Mubasher: The Saudi vice minister at the Ministry of Communications and Informational Technology, Haytham Al Ohali, witnessed the rollout of ‘Sign’ service which supports the digitisation of public and private institutions' operations while increasing the credibility of documents workflow in a safe and seamless way.
'Sign' service relies on modern technical standards that guarantee business continuity and allows completion of the signing process anytime and anywhere through cloud computing solutions, according to a press release on Tuesday.
The remote signing service is accredited by the National Center for Digital Certification related to the e-Government Program (Yesser).
The launching ceremony was attended by top-tier officials from various sectors who have signed the first accredited remote signing agreements with Omer Alnomany the CEO of STC Solutions, a subsidiary of the Saudi Telecom Company (STC), to offer the new service in their institutions.
In this regard, Alnomany referred that ‘Sign’ service builds on the group’s strategy as a digital enabler for various sectors across the kingdom and is in line with the Saudi Vision 2030. It also highlights STC’s commitment to enrich its customers’ lives when it comes to cybersecurity, as the service is completely encrypted and safe.