COMPROVA.COM TAKES BRAZILIAN DIGITAL CONTRACT SOLUTIONS TO CEBIT 2012
Brazil is the guest country for this edition of CeBIT in Hannover, Germany, in which the company is participating as one of the main exhibitors.
Comprova.com takes Brazilian digital contract solutions to CeBIT 2012Brazil is the guest country for this edition of CeBIT in Hannover, Germany, in which the company is participating as one of the main exhibitors.
Sâo Paulo, February 17th, 2012 – Comprova.com, a company specializing in digital contract signing and digital certification, will participate in CeBIT 2012, an event held in Hannover, Germany, between March 6th and 10th. The company, created in 2003, is the first portal for legal verification of electronic transactions and digital certification in Brazil, working in the transformation of “physical” processes to electronic ones while maintaining their legal value. Its products include legal verification of sending, reception, authorship and content of emails, workflow of contracts with digital signing, time stamps and registration of electronic documents at the notary office.The Digital Certification topic is on the rise and drawing attention from other countries thanks to its quality and technology innovation. Brazil has been a pioneer in the automation of many bureaucratic processes, such as online contract signing, electronic voting, Electronic Invoices, tax statements through the Internet, among others. The advantages and other possibilities that Digital Certification offers to companies and users will be presented to visitors during the event.The company is also a Digital Certification Registration Authority (AR) – under the ICP-Brazil command chain. The company has among its partners publicly and privately held companies, such as the National Observatory, which is an agency of the Science and Technology Ministry (MCT), Notary Offices, Institute for Experts in Digital and Telecommunication (IPDI), plus Serasa Experian and IBM. Comprova.com is the vendor of technology solutions for the main banks and insurance companies in the country.The company has as a key advantage the fact that its solutions are offered under the SaaS (software as a service) model, which does not demand hardware investments and enables customers to pay only for each transaction effectively performed. The solutions are “run” on IBM’s technology center in Hortolândia (SP), ensuring excellence in infrastructure. Comprova.com is also a Time Stamp Authority (ACT) officially certificated by MCT’s National Observatory, which is in charge of generating the Brazilian Legal Time, certificating time, content and validity of digital signatures.“Expectations for CeBIT 2012 are the best they could be. Brazil is the guest country this year and this means recognition not only for the growth of the national economy, but mainly for the Brazilian companies that enable and generate this growth”, says Marcos Nader, CEO of Comprova.com.“This is a very good time for Brazilian companies to demonstrate all their technological capability in the development of software and various solutions. Specifically in the area of Digital Certification, Digital Contract Signing and Automation of Corporate Communications, with legal validity, the market is growing quickly and companies are integrating these systems to their bureaucratic processes, in order to effectively reduce their operational cost, save time and improve sustainability, using fully electronic solutions that don’t need paper”, adds Nader.Reinforcing the relevance of CeBIT, president Dilma Rousseff confirmed her attendance at the official opening ceremony to be held on March 5th (Monday). In addition to participating in the ceremony, on Tuesday (6th) the president will receive in Brazil’s central pavilion German chancellor Angela Merkel. Together, the leaders will visit the area and will have the opportunity to learn more about the solutions of attending national institutes and companies.With the status of partner country and seeking to project internationally its image as a producer of advanced technologies, Brazil will attend CeBIT occupying six stands distributed among the many thematic pavilions that make up the event, in which privately and publicly held companies and government agencies will demonstrate their solutions and services, presenting several proven technological success stories. For the 13th year in a row, SOFTEX (www.softex.br) will be in charge of organizing Brazil’s participation in the event.The Brazilian delegation will have at its disposal a total area of over 1,000 square meters. More than 30 companies and approximately 10 public institutes have already confirmed attendance.Information:Event: “CeBIT 2012”Date: March 6th to March 10th, 2012Location: Deutsche Messe, Messegelände, 30521 – Hannover, Germany
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About Comprova.com (www.comprova.com)Comprova.com, created in 2003, is the first portal for legal verification of electronic transactions and digital certification in the country. The company works in the transformation of “physical” processes into electronic ones, maintaining their legal validity. Its products include legal verification of sending, reception, authorship and content of emails, workflow of contracts with digital signing, time stamps and registration of electronic documents at the notary office. Among its partners in this initiative are publicly and privately held companies, such as the National Observatory, an agency of the Ministry of Science and Technology, notary offices, Serasa Experian and IBM.
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Fonte: Deutsche Messe AG