Nexus GO PDF Signing is a cloud service that enables all your users to make secure electronic signatures on PDF documents. The documents are uploaded to and signed in the Nexus GO PDF Signing Portal.
You can either let your users sign documents with the built-in methods Nexus Personal Mobile or Swedish BankID, or use existing identities in your corporate directory to let users sign documents with any type of credential. To use your existing identities, you need to connect the service to an identity provider, such as Nexus Hybrid Access Gateway.
Simply sign up for a subscription, and your users can start making digital signatures straight away.
A PDF document is signed in the Nexus GO PDF Signing Portal in the following way:
Yes. The following features of the solution makes Nexus GO PDF signatures compliant to the level of Advanced Electronic Signature in the EU regulation eIDAS (electronic IDentification, Authentication and trust Services):
To order Nexus GO PDF Signing:
To use an external identity provider, the connection must be configured both in the identity provider and in Nexus GO. For example, some user attributes must have the same names in both services, and metadata from each service must be uploaded in the other.
For a complete example of how to set up both the identity provider and Nexus GO, see Set up Hybrid Access Gateway as identity provider to Nexus GO PDF Signing.
For a general description of the steps to configure an Identity Provider (IDP) in Nexus GO, see here:
To set up the API, follow these steps:
To upload a PDF document for signing, you need to be an administrator in the Nexus GO PDF Signing Portal:
To view all requests:
Signed documents can be downloaded within 30 days of the signing.
To download a signed PDF document:
To see the visual signature of the PDF document:
To validate the digital signature of the PDF document and see all the signature details:
To add the Nexus GO root certificate to the list of trusted certificates in Adobe Acrobat Reader: