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European and Slovenian national directives and legislation now allow companies to issue invoices solely in an electronic format, as long as they follow a strict set of rules.
Cryptocurrencies are coming! Be it Bitcoin, Ethereum or BitConnect, the dramatic increase in digital currencies is just the beginning of a new way of conducting business that will ultimately touch every aspect of our lives. However, the learning curve required to manage and trade the currencies can be steep, even for technically competent individuals. Licensed as a payment institution in the Czech Republic, Saifu was created specifically to make cryptocurrencies as accessible and easily managed as traditional currencies.
Fast, simple and secure e-invoicing: Digital Planet relies on Entrust to protect its e-invoicing service
Digital Planet Technology, headquartered in Turkey, is a pioneer in e-invoicing integration systems, digital transformation and customer communication management services to large enterprises as well as small and medium sized businesses. Working through a specialized partner network, it delivers these services to top tier financial services, insurance and telecommunications companies. It also has offices in the United Kingdom, the United States and the Middle East, from where it conducts its international operations.
Using Entrust solutions, Certicamara helps the Colombian government prevent fraud and corruption with auditable digital time stamps. Established in 2004, Certicamara provides secure online transaction processing solutions to businesses and government organizations within Colombia. Its customers have increasingly found that they needed a solution that not only verified the identities of servers and organizations in electronic interactions.
Bit4id enhances Middle Eastern electronic ID card system with eIDAS-compliant online digital ID system using Entrust nShield HSMs
Bit4id was founded in 2004 to develop easy, secure, and standardized technologies for authentication, digital signatures, and cryptography. Headquartered in Italy, the company has offices in Ecuador, India, Macau, Peru, Portugal, Spain and the United Kingdom.
Morocco’s Bank of Africa BMCE Group accelerates digital banking and meets eIDAS requirements with Entrust nShield HSMs
Bank of Africa operates over 1500 commercial branches in Africa, Europe and Asia. Bank of Africa BMCE Group is majority-owned by Bank of Africa and is the second largest private bank in Morocco. BMCE Group brings strong strategic and operational support to the Bank of Africa Group, as well as direct access to the international market as a result of its presence in Europe and Asia. A major priority for the group is to accelerate digital banking for its customers.
With 135 years of expertise and experience serving the interests of its members, Nationwide Building Society is the world's largest building society and one of the U.K.'s biggest mortgage and savings providers. Headquartered in Swindon, England, Nationwide's approximately 18,000 employees serve more than 15 million members at 650 branches located throughout the United Kingdom.
The Ministry of Justice is the central state administration body for courts, the prosecutor's office, prisons, probation and mediation for the Czech Republic. As part of its digital transformation the Ministry needed to deploy a system that would digitally seal the electronic documents used throughout the Czech legal system, proving their authenticity and integrity, and that they have not been tampered with.
The Internet of Things (IoT) has become an unstoppable phenomenon. Although viewed by many as a highly conservative number, Forbes predicts that the total number of connected IoT devices will exceed 30 billion by 2020. However, the explosive proliferation of IoT-related endpoints – ranging from autonomous vehicles to smart household appliances, and healthcare equipment to agricultural machinery – is not without its own challenges.
THE CHALLENGE: HELP TUNISIA GROW THEIR DIGITAL ECONOMY WHILE DELIVERING SECURITY TO ITS CITIZENS In 2015, the Tunisian government launched Digital Tunisia 2020, a plan designed to boost the nation's digital economy by enriching online government services and electronic commerce. Fundamental to the success of the initiative was establishing Tunisia's citizens' trust and confidence in the public and private online services and electronic transactions.