Skribble allows you to legally sign PDFs based on the e-signature “QES” - the digital equivalent to the handwritten signature under Swiss and EU law. The CD became Spotify, the DVD became Netflix, the typewriter became Microsoft Word - digitization makes a variety of tasks and services faster, cheaper and simpler. This also applies to everyday business, at least in 90 percent of the processes. The remaining ten percent are steps that require a high degree of trust, such as signing employment contracts. Many companies still rely on proven analog processes for this - the same legal basis is not guaranteed on the digital way or only with enormous additional expenditure. At least so far. Skribble wants to change that: Contracts should no longer have to take the detour via printers and paper to be legally signed: With Skribble, signature processes are handled 100% digitally, valid according to Swiss and EU law. This does not come at the expense of simplicity: every company, regardless of size and technological affinity, should be able to benefit from the advantages of digital transformation. And this is just the beginning: Building trust in digital business relationships should become as simple and intuitive as toasting. Since Skribble was founded in 2018, a growing team of Trust Shapers has been working towards this future.