Visma Addo supports several signing methods. In this guide, the different methods are summarized and explained.
You will find the signing method setting under Add signer and Additional settings.
A recipient may approve a document with a simple "OK". This can be used in cases where it is not necessary that the recipient signs the document, but the sender must have documentation that the recipient has seen the document - as a minimum.
With touchscreen signature, the recipients sign documents with their fingers on a touch screen. This method is best on a smartphone or tablet, but can also be used with the mouse on a desktop computer.
Danish NemID Private
Danish NemID Private is protected by a social security number (SSN). NemID Private is used when a person should legitimize their identity or sign on their own behalf. You need to know the recipient's social security number to use this signing option.
Danish NemID Private (no SSN)
NemID Private without social security number can be used in the event that you as the sender, does not know the recipient's social security number. The document can be sent for signature without entering a social security number. The recipient still signs the document with their Danish NemID Private as usual.
Danish NemID employee
NemID employees can be used when an employee must legitimize and sign documents on behalf of a company. A NemID employee signature allows employees to identify themselves on their company's behalf. It contains the employee's name, company name, and the CVR number of the company. NemID employee signature is protected by a personal code.
Norwegian BankID is used when a person should legitimize their identity and sign on their own behalf. You need to know the recipient's birth number to use this signing option.
Norwegian BankID Mobile
With Norwegian BankID Mobile the recipient can sign documents via their smartphone. Norwegian BankID is used when a person should legitimize their identity and sign on their own behalf. You need to know the recipient's birth number to use this signing option.
Swedish BankID is used when a person should legitimize their identity and sign on their own behalf.
"SITHS" is a Swedish smartcard-based eID solution for professional use. It is used by healthcare professionals and other employees in the Swedish healthcare sector, as well as other employees in the Swedish public sector.
SITHS is approved as a Swedish eID (svensk e-legitimation) by the Swedish authority DIGG for assurance level substantial (Swedish level 3). This includes the old version of SITHS, which is approved until June 2020.
The primary use of SITHS is authentication and signing in local systems in the user’s organization, e.g. in an electronic patient journal system.
Visma Addo supports online authentication and signing with SITHS.
SITHS will change to EFOS