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Annature partners with Chatti


The two Australian start-ups mesh e-signatures and SMS handling. 

By Philip King 9 minute read

Digital signature specialist Annature has partnered with Queensland-based cloud communications company Chatti to combine ID verification with SMS text campaigns.

The two aim “to help subscribers have their digital documents opened and read quickly” they said.

Annature, which is also Queensland based, said the two Australian start-ups were well matched and between them were “shaking up the current communications landscape”.

“This partnership with Chatti is a great alignment in our opinion,” said Annature founder and chief executive Amreeta Abbott. “We are both transforming how digital improves what we do every day.

“Annature is a technology company that operates an integrated digital signature, identity verification and payment platform based on Stripe, facilitating global transactions with organisations of all sizes. Our partnership with Chatti is another benchmark in best practice.

“We are delighted that our subscribers benefit from an SMS text service utilising some of the best technology in the world to engage with their clients – and make every interaction count. In Australia, 94 per cent of text messages are opened – 86 per cent of them within 30 minutes.”

Chatti said its SMS platform had direct connections to tier 1 global networks with price and delivery guarantees. It also offered email, voice and video gateways.

Annature said for the thousands of people who received digital documents through its platform those text messages were vital and confirmed the importance and compliance behind a digital signature, ID verification or other important engagements.

Both Annature and Chatti offer eligible clients Qantas Points.

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Philip King

Philip King


Philip King is editor of Accountants Daily and SMSF Adviser, the leading sources of news, insight, and educational content for professionals in the accounting and SMSF sectors.

Philip joined the titles in March 2022 and brings extensive experience from a variety of roles at The Australian national broadsheet daily, most recently as motoring editor. His background also takes in spells on diverse consumer and trade magazines.

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