Certify the delivery of documents and electronic communications.

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What can be certified?

The integrity, delivery and opening of:

  • Emails and attached documents

    Emails and attached documents

  • SMS and attached documents

    SMS and attached documents

How does it work?

In Signaturit we offer two ways to certify documents and electronic communications:

  • 1. From Signaturit´s control panel
    1. From Signaturit´s control panel
  • 2. From your email inbox
    2. From your email inbox

Delivery process

The process of certified delivery for an email, SMS or attached document follows the same steps in a traditional process, but generates electronic evidence in each step:

  • 1. Sending the email, SMS or attached document
    1. Sending the email, SMS or attached document
  • 2. Delivery of the email, SMS or attached file
    2. Delivery of the email, SMS or attached file
  • 3. Certificate of the delivery process
    3. Certificate of the delivery process

Benefits

  • Speed and agility

    Speed and agility

    Certify the integrity and delivery of communications in minutes.
  • Legal validity

    Legal validity

    Complying with laws in Europe and in the United States.
  • Easy integration

    Easy integration

    With the option to integrate the technology into any system via API.
Benefits

Use cases

Certified electronic delivery
(Via Email and SMS)

  • Invoice delivery

  • Changes of conditions and tariffs

  • Confirmation of summons

  • Legal notices

Legal

Our electronic certification system is auditable. Once delivered, we offer an audit trail that collects electronic evidences generated during the certification process.

Try how to certify an email, document or SMS

Try how to certify an email, document or SMS

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Signaturit is a company recognized as an Electronic Provider of Trust Services by Spain´s Ministry of Energy, Industry and Digital Agenda and as a Trusted Third Party according to the Law of Information Society Services (LSSI - Law 34/2002, of July 11 Services for the Information Society and Electronic Commerce).