Decree 2017-1433 of 4 October 2017 was established to regulate the implementation of zero paper contractual relations in the finance sector, effective as of 1 April 2018. In other words, it involves implementing the archiving of contracts exchanged in the finance sector.
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Zero paper is no longer a process affecting the public sphere only but is also slowly expanding into the private domain because of the technological evolution of society at all levels.
The finance sector is one of the ones most rapidly experiencing a digital transformation at all levels, both between companies and in their relations with end customers. Changing consumer habits and user demand for streamlined and accessible data are increasingly impacting the processes of the sector’s main stakeholders. Today many of the services offered are implemented online or via cloud platforms and therefore require security processes adapted to technological solutions.
Naturally, this entails a similar legal evolution in the sector. In France, Decree 2017-1433 of 4 October 2017 was established to regulate the implementation of zero paper contractual relations in the finance sector, effective as of 1 April 2018 In other words, it involves implementing the archiving of contracts exchanged in the finance sector both between companies and with users to guarantee document integrity and availability for a particular time.
Given the amount of contractual documents generated in this environment, having an eIDAS-certified trust service solution brings security and reliability to the archiving of digital financial contracts.
After being digitally signed by the parties concerned, contractual documents can be automatically archived in an electronic archiving system like EDICOMLta, to which the participants will have access for a determined time.
For a bank or insurance company, this means optimizing and streamlining a process which had until now consumed human and physical resources. All documents can be instantly and automatically sent to the electronic archiving service and retrieved for any type of audit or check. Access to the document is just as simple for customers and is provided from the bank or insurance company’s online platform.
Once a contractual document has been signed, it is electronically sent to the EDICOMLta platform, where the time stamp and qualified electronic seal are applied.
The document is archived in the platform along with its associated metadata.
Customers can access documents from the online environment of the company they signed the contract with.
All the actions performed in relation to each document, whether viewed or downloaded, will be logged as evidence.
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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.
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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e-Archiving can be applied to any type of digital or digitized document that is critical for a company: invoices, contracts, pay rolls, etc.