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Last updated on 08 January 2020
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Twala Included in 2024 Echelon Top 100 Startups
Twala, a startup backed by the Department of Science and Technology (DOST) in the Philippines, has carved a niche for itself in the realm of intelligent document and digital identity technology. The company specializes in providing tamper-proof digital signatures, digital identity solutions, and intelligent document solutions. Leveraging the power of artificial intelligence and secured by blockchain technology, Twala’s innovative solutions address critical needs for security and authenticity in the digital age.
ARTA, Twala partner to boost digitalization efforts
THE Anti-Red Tape Authority (ARTA) has announced a strategic partnership with Twala, a digital signature and digital identity startup supported by the Department of Science and Technology through the DoST Startup Grant Fund, to enhance the agency's digitalization strategy.
Twala's CEO Named Among Esquire Philippines Trailblazers List for 2024
Twala's Co-founder and CEO, Engr. Jeffrey Reyes, has been recognized as one of the Movers and Shakers in the Philippine Startup Ecosystem on Esquire Philippines Trailblazers List for 2024.
Making E-Notarization Possible
About twenty-five years ago, the Philippine Congress empowered the Supreme Court (SC) to issue rules to allow for electronic notarization in the country. There is reason to be optimistic that the time for e-notarization has finally come.
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.
Twala and OSHDP Join Forces to Drive Digital Transformation in Philippine Housing Sector at the OSHDP Affordable Housing Summit 2023
Twala, a DOST-backed digital signature and digital identity startup, and the Organization of Socialized and Economic Housing Developers of the Philippines (OSHDP), the preeminent consortium of mass housing developers in the country, have come together in a groundbreaking partnership to digitalize the housing sector. This significant collaboration was unveiled during the OSHDP Affordable Housing Summit 2023, held at the Henann Regency Resort & Spa on September 1, 2023.
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.
Case Study: Celltrion Global Safety Data Center is Audit-Ready with Twala Sign
By leveraging Twala's automation system, CGSDCI was able to incorporate secure esignatures and meet regulatory standards for its QMS, including maintaining an audit trail. Twala's customer support team provided invaluable assistance to CGSDCI, resolving any issues that arose in a timely and effective manner.
Case Study: How a Cybersecurity Firm Protects its Documents with Twala
After integrating Twala's secure esignature into their operations, Secuna experienced a significant improvement in their document processing turnaround time.
Case Study: National Confederation of Cooperatives Bank (NCCB) Implements Twala Sign to Streamline Approval Processes
Twala Sign has helped NCCB to streamline their approval processes, making them faster, more reliable, and efficient, while also saving time, paper, and money. With the audit trail in Twala Sign,NCCB is audit-ready, ensuring transparency and accuracy in their processes.Twala Sign is a cost-effective solution that is recommended by NCCB's CEO, making it a trustworthy choice for other companies looking for a reliable digital signature solution.
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.
What is a Document Audit Trail and Why is It Important?
All audit trails can serve as legal tools to present proof of a transaction’s history, and a digital audit trail in an application makes it possible for even digital processes to be verified and proven in court.
5 Common Mistakes in Contract Writing and How to Avoid Them
It can be tough to write up a contract from scratch, especially if you’re doing it for the first time. If you’re not careful, you might end up making some of these common mistakes. Not to worry! We’ve got some tips on how to avoid these mistakes and some tools for making your contract drafting process even easier. Here are some common contract writing mistakes, and how to solve them:
Writing a Business Contract: First Steps
All businesses have important agreements they make with other entities. To ensure that these agreements are legally binding, as well as for an added layer of security for both parties, contracts are formed between or among them. 
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.
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?
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?