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In today‘s business world it is common for electronic forms and documents to be exchanged between local and international trading partners. Everyday business activities include signing off documents for approval and for document sealing as a legal entity rather than an individual person signing.In many instances in order to do that you must copy and paste your signature’s image to the document or include a handwritten signature on a hard copy which then needs to be scanned back to electronic format ready to be delivered by e-mail or post.Documents sent by organizations over the internet need authenticity and integrity, both for compliance reasons and to ensure trust in the corporate brand.

Some common examples include:

  • Water resource management and the impact of the wider environment on the water resource
  • E-Invoices – A company sending e-invoices to its customers.
  • E-Statements – An internet banking site allowing users to download their e-statements
  • E-Bills – A utility company issuing monthly bills in electronic format to its customers
  • E-Receipts – An online shop providing e-receipts to its retail customers

With the increase of such a practice becoming common in almost every business transactions, the associated risks grow at the same rate. Therefore, organizations have to find more robust ways to protect themselves at the same time saving time & money and opening new avenues for them to improve customer experiences.

TRAIBCERT’s Electronic Signatures & Seal Services

Electronic signatures can be considered to have the same legal status as a handwritten signature in the United States, the European Union and many other countries throughout the world, when implemented in compliance to the applicable electronic signature schemes and regulations.A Qualified Electronic Signature (QES) is created by a Qualified Signature Creation Device (QSCD) employing a Qualified Certificate (QC). A QC can only be issued by a Qualified Trust Service Provider (QTSP) and for this reason, a QES has a higher value as it has the same legal effect as a handwritten signature.

We TRAIBCERT, are a Qualified Trust Service Provider (QTSP) for the electronic signature and the timestamp, the highest security level according the eIDAS EU regulation and is in the Trusted List.We provide the certificates required to produce e-Seals depending on the granularity and quality of information available to establish the identity of the legal person.We offer advanced and/or qualified certificates supporting qualified e-signature and Seals.

Our objectives towards the Trust Services for our clients are to ensure that:

  • The affixed signatures are authentic
  • The signatures were affixed intentionally
  • The document has not been changed since the signatures were affixed
  • Enforcing signatory authorization
  • Enabling document content, signatures and seals verification
  • Confirming delivery

We abide by the Regulations for the mutual recognition of electronic identification; set of rules for trust services, in particular for electronic transactions; and creates a legal framework for electronic signatures, seals and time stamps, electronic documents, as well as for electronic registered delivery services and certificate services for website authentication.

As a Qualified Trusted Services Provider (QTSP) we at TRAIBCERT offer:

  • Support the international standards and regulations
  • Our e-Signs &Seals include a qualified timestamp
  • Offer strong legal evidence
  • Easy to integrate into an existing application environment.
  • Relieve you from maintenance tasks
  • Breadth and depth of other eIDAS services to complement e-Sign &Seal functionality

TRAIBCERT’s organisation certificate and time stamping service are accepted as trustful certificates ensuring the document recipient it was trustfully signed. With our E-Signature and Seal services, you can choose between the usage of an organization certificate issued to your ownorganization or the usage as third party signature certificate tailored to your specific needs.

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