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Last updated on 08 January 2020
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Innovative Digital Signature Startup Twala Partners with PH Senate for Process Digitalization
Twala, a DOST-backed digital signature and digital identity startup, e-signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Senate of the Philippines to help its digitalization efforts. This is the first time the Senate has entered into such an agreement with a Filipino innovative tech-startup.
Tech startup pushes blockchain-based digital signatures
Pinoy tech startup Twala said businesses can make their processes more efficient by shifting from paper-based documents to digital documents secured by blockchain. Lawyer Third Bagro, co-founder and general counsel of Twala, said by using a blockchain-powered digital identity and digital signature, businesses can also rest assured that their documents are tamper-proof and court-admissible.
NATCCO E-signs 2-Year Contract with PH-startup Twala to Digitalize Cooperative Sector
The National Confederation of Cooperatives (NATCCO) has concludedits inaugural Billionaire Co-ops' Summit 2023 by signing a landmark 2-year contract worth 2 million pesos with innovative Philippine startup, Twala. This agreement heralds a new stage of financial and social inclusion within the cooperative sector, through digitalization of paper-based workflows.
Twala and Philippine Supreme Court Collaborate to Establish Legal Framework for Electronic Notarization
Twala, a blockchain-powered digital identity, and digital signature platform, recently collaborated with the Philippine Supreme Court to provide inputs in their ongoing work to draft rules to allow electronic notarization in the country.
Twala Joins the Cloud Signature Consortium to Drive Digital Signature Adoption and Innovate Secure Authentication Solutions in the Philippines
Twala, a DOST-funded startup in the Philippines providing digital identity and blockchain-based signature solutions, is excited to announce its membership in the Cloud Signature Consortium (CSC), a global organization dedicated to promoting the adoption of cloud-based electronic signatures. As a member of the CSC, Twala will collaborate with industry leaders to develop, enhance, and advocate for secure digital authentication and electronic signature standards.
Twala Joins Forces with DOST - Advanced Science and Technology Institute to Accelerate Blockchain Research and Development
Twala has partnered with the DOST - Advanced Science andTechnology Institute (DOST-ASTI) to accelerate research and development in the field of Blockchain Technology.
DOST invests in blockchain startup Twala for its digital signature innovation
Blockchain startup Twala has received a P4.6 million grant fund from the Department of Science and Technology (DOST) — Philippine Council for Industry, Energy and Emerging Technology Research and Development (PCIEERD) to further help companies power their remote or hybrid work arrangements through its digital signature solution.
PLDT Enterprise, Twala to offer blockchain smart contracts solution
PLDT Enterprise inked an MOU with Twala to co-innovate and productize Twala, a blockchain-powered document and digital signature platform.
Disini Law Holds Talk On Electronic Signature
On July 2, 2020, Disini Law, in partnership with Digital Freedom Network, presented “E-Signature: Are They Legal”, the second episode in the webinar series Digital Transformation Thursdays (DTT).
Twala, Edukasyon.ph win in CCIFP’s first Startup Pitch Competition
A blockchain-powered e-signature solution and a leading education technology (edtech) platform won the very first Startup Pitch Competition virtually held by the French Chamber of Commerce and Industry in the Philippines (CCIFP) last Feb. 8.
Twala Joins IdeaSpace 2021 Acceleration Program, Gets Recognized By La French Tech Philippines
Twala, a tech startup that offers digital transformation of businesses with their legally binding and secure electronic signature platform powered by blockchain technology, got selected as one of the startups that will join the IdeaSpace Philippines Acceleration Program 2021.
IdeaSpace invests in blockchain startup Twala
IDEASPACE Foundation, the startup support organization behind IdeaSpace and QBO Innovation Hub, announced a new round of investments after closing the ninth cohort of the IdeaSpace acceleration program.
Contract Notarization — Is it Necessary?
Notarization is to certify or attest to a document by a notary public. A duly notarized document carries with it the presumption of regularity, authenticity, and due execution.
Startups with growth potential despite COVID-19 win big
If your startup can pivot toward sustainability, and, at the same time, respond to issues surrounding COVID-19, then the business has a good chance of surviving this pandemic.
Legalities of Electronic Signatures in the Philippines
The use of electronic signatures in the Philippines remains a vast sea of opportunities that is unexplored by different industries.
Latest Issuances Related to Electronic and Digital Signatures from the Philippine Government
The E-Commerce Act of 2000 allows the use of electronic and digital signatures in the Philippines.
5 best practices for implementing a document management system (that your people will love)
As companies embrace new ways of working like remote or hybrid work setups, having a systematic process of saving, retrieving, sharing, and retaining business data is now more important than ever.
The 10 Benefits of Using Secure eSignatures
They’re an important tool in an effective and efficient contract management process. Curious to see how this tool could revolutionize how you do business?
IdeaSpace invests P1 million each into 3 tech startups
Pangilinan-led IdeaSpace Foundation has infused P3 million into three startups that capitalize on the shift to digital platforms to address challenges and risks arising from the new normal.
Are esignatures legal in the Philippines?
So, you’re finally convinced of the significant cost and productivity benefits that esignatures can bring to your business. But there’s one compelling thought that has been keeping you from giving your green light to adopt the technology – are e-signatures legal in the Philippines?