EDICOMLta (Long Term Archiving) is an electronic archiving system with probative value that adapts to the different legal and sectoral policies for electronic document archiving in France and across Europe.
We support you in developing your e-archiving project.
Electronic storage is gaining ground over paper and physical filing cabinets. Until now the most reliable way of recovering a signed document was to search for it from among the thousands of sheets of paper a company keeps on file. With electronic storage, documents can be stored, sought, and recovered in a matter of seconds and with full integrity guarantees over time, being able to provide the necessary electronic evidence that will give the stored data probative value.
Electronic storage can cover a wealth of business needs, whether internal requirements arising from inhouse security and storage policies or regulations obliging companies to safeguard certain documents electronically and with very precise technical characteristics.
Within this context and at a global level, when a company chooses a secure electronic document storage system it mainly involves one of three situations:
There is a regulation describing the possibility/enforceability of storing a document electronically and a well-defined technical standard regarding the way to perform this digital storage.
For example, the Preservation of Reliable Digital Copies in France, or Replacement Preservation in Italy.
There is a regulation describing the possibility/enforceability of storing a document electronically but no technical standard defining precisely how this preservation should be done.
Usually a series of guidelines and general directions is specified which focuses mainly on guaranteeing document authenticity and integrity throughout the whole of the storage period.
A company needs to electronically safeguard documents whose characteristics mean they are not subject to any technical regulation. However, it wants the storage to adjust to international criteria guaranteeing the validity of the documents if it has to submit them to third parties at any time.
EDICOMLta (Long Term Archiving) is an Electronic Archiving System for documents designed and certified in accordance with the maximum international regulations on digital storage (ISO 14641-1 and eIDAS).
Our digital object storage component safeguards documents with full guarantees of access, recovery, and evidence management so they can objectively demonstrate the integrity of the data stored in the service from the time they were uploaded onto the platform.
EDICOMLta is an electronic archiving system that complies with French Decree 2016-1673 on the digitalization of reliable copies.
EDICOMLta enables mechanisms to safeguard the invoices exchanged with public and private partners with full integrity and for the time established by law.
EDICOM has a Legal Observatory on Electronic Archiving that constantly reviews the electronic storage regulations in force around the world to adjust to any electronic data safekeeping project.
Introducing EDICOM Long Term Archiving, an electronic arvhiving system that guarantees document integrity, providing your documents with legal value.
During this video, we review the main functionalities offered by EDICOMLta to organize and customize access to information.
With EDICOMLta, a company's HR department can preserve, archive, and easily check all the documents related with an employee's work history.
EDICOMLta acts as a digital object storage component that integrates with a company's internal or management accounting systems, storing a detailed history of the electronic documents issued to the tax authorities.
Secure and automated electronic storage with probative value for all invoices and status notifications in the EDICOM digital object storage component.
Given the huge amount of contractual documents that financial services generate, it is necessary to electronically store them in a way that offers full security and legality guarantees right across Europe.
In an increasingly digital Europe, citizens, companies, and the public sector need a regulatory framework that brings security and legal certainty to electronic activities. These security mechanisms are set forth in Regulation No 910/2014, known as eIDAS. This new regulation brackets electronic documents in the same category as traditional paper ones. It also stresses that to preserve them for the long term it is necessary to have a certified and trusted document safekeeping system.
In this White Paper, we present the new qualified trust services, emphasizing electronic document safekeeping services.
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