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Autenti initiates single EU electronic signature platform

Tuesday 25 July 2017 | 16:44 CET | News
Polish company Autenti, active in digital document authenticaion, plan to set up the European Trust Services Centre in cooperation with other partners in Europe, reported Media2.pl. From July electronic signatures from Poland can be accepted all over the EU. However, many providers of authentication services in the EU operate only locally and have limited exchange of secure documents and files across the EU. Therefore Autenti plans to introduce a single platform. 

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