ELECTRONIC SIGNATURES

For what concerns the electronic signatures, the italian normative context gives full legal value to infirmatic documents signed digitally.

The tools that can be used to electronically sign documents are the Digital Signature, the Qualified Electronic Signature and the Advanced Electronic Signature (FEA), as they guarantee the written ad substantiam form of the document and the related probative value relied on as against third parties.

The types of electronic signatures and their legal effectiveness are regulated inside the Digital Administration Code where is also identified the concept of electronic signing that, just as what happens for the handwritten signature on paper documents, is the computer element that allows the attribution to the author of the legal paternity of the document.

This makes possible a real and complete dematerialization of processes, as it allows the creation of the document, even if it shows up the need of applicating a signature that certificates the legal paternity, only in digital form.

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FDM offers Electronic Signature Solutions that allow to process data and documents inside the company and towards external interlocutors, both through electronical signing tools based on digital certificates (Digital Signature, Qualified Signature, Remote FEA), and Graphometric Signature Solutions.

The solutions proposed by FDM allow to introduce significant advantages in the processes of management and signing of documents, providing a complete tracking of all the operations and processes about a document, guaranteeing also the unalterability of the contents.

Furthermore, through the services of time stamping, multichannel dispatching and electronical conservation in compliance, FDM can provide a complete and safe solution for the sharing and archiving of electronically signed documents.

 
 
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