An e-signature API is a set of commands that enable users to create, share, and verify digital platforms’ signatures.
Developers – This group of people use these APIs to create applications and integrate programs and software into websites that involve signature embedding functions.
Business Owners – As a business continues to grow in size, the need to have partners and suppliers increases. Business owners use the APIs to send and receive documentation that needs signing. Using these APIs, they can save on time and travel costs to make alliances and seal deals.
Lawyers – The law industry has many policies and contracts that need approval. To ensure that people have efficient and secure ways, the lawyers and workers in the law firms could use the APIs.
Individuals – People brought together by a common interest may need an efficient and trusted way to collect signatures to push an agenda.
Such interests include the decline, amendment, or approval of a policy or rule, a course of action, or even a movement towards achieving specific goals.
APIs come in handy if the people come from various locations or a physical meeting is not possible, and there is a need to collect the signatures.