The E-Lock range of digital signature solutions is owned by incVersity Limited, a privately held company headquartered in California, USA. incVersity Limited entered the PKI and security market in 1997 by launching E-Lock digital signature products and solutions.
E-Lock's PKI-based solutions have made digital signatures popular in common business applications and web-based transactions. E-Lock's untiring efforts have made it possible for organizations, Governments and individual customers worldwide to secure and streamline their business processes. Our products have been instrumental in establishing the legal validity of digital signatures in a large number of countries, including USA. Our solutions have been used by Ex-US President Bill Clinton to sign the US E-Sign Act, which legalizes electronic signatures.
Compliance with the global standards for digital signatures has allowed E-Lock to serve Organizations in more than 30 different countries, spanning several industries, effectively and efficiently. To note some of them, our solutions comply with the US Government and Federal Legislations and mandates, such as US E-SIGN Act, the HIPAA regulation, the GPEA Act, the UETA Act, 21 CFR part 11 regulation, and EU directive, which provides the framework for digital signatures and encryption in Europe and Indian IT Act 2000.
This has resulted in massive customer base for E-Lock in countries like the US, the UK, Australia, Greece, Spain, Hong Kong, Peru, Romania, Kuwait, Portugal, South Africa, Singapore, Lithuania, India, Malaysia, and many more. E-Lock has catered to government, health care, BFSI, manufacturing and other industries.
At E-Lock, our mission is to provide quality digital and electronic signature solutions to empower business to go paperless, while cutting operational costs, and improving efficiency.
V "Go Paperless. Go Secure." is E-Lock's call for all businesses to implement the solutions that will enable them to achieve the benefits of going paperless. Without secure processes and applications, going paperless could expose companies to high levels of risk.