ANF AC Electronic Signature Software Manufacturer

DIGITALIZATION AND
AUTOMATION OF COMPANIES.

ANF AC, as manufacturer and owner of the latest PKI technology, offers its customers various solutions and services, which will allow customers to have a customized solution for the complete digitalization of their processes, and the automation of much thereof.

Among the services for the digitalization of companies are:

  • Signature Server
  • WS Processing Electronic Certificates
  • Platform / Multivalidation Service
  • Time Stamping service
  • EBurofax Certified Delivery
  • AEAT (Spanish Tax Agency) Certified Digitization
  • Self-executing encryption
ANF AC provides this type of services in business process outsourcing (BPO), with two possible options:
  • Software as a Service (SaaS)
  • Hardware-In-Company (BlockBoxSign® at the customer's headquarters in the case of Signature Server)

The services marketed by ANF AC are within the eIDAS legislative framework and have been audited and recognized under the same regulation.

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Sectors and solutions
for all sectors.

Electronic signature technology has a place, and is very necessary, in any sector or scope.

The electronic signature technology can be used in countless processes or scenarios, from authentication in AAPP platforms, the signing of labor contracts and certified deliveries, to the identification and connection with drones or unmanned devices. It is even considered military technology, where it is used for encryption of communications between airplanes or warships.

SmartCities

With more than half of the world's urban population, and after the internet revolution and the digitalization of businesses and homes, the concept of SmartCity is born. Countries around the world are focusing their efforts on creating smart cities, based on connectivity and technological application, which allows greater efficiency in their consumption, time optimization, improved resource distribution and offer complete accessibility to citizens and businesses to procedures and services. Further promoting the goal of complete digitalization of companies and institutions.

To achieve this objective, and as happened with electronic offices, it is essential that procedures can ensure the authenticity of users, the integrity of data exchanges, non-repudiation of the transactions made, and security in communications . For all this, the use of electronic certificates and electronic signature technology is indispensable.

eGoverment

EGoverment is understood as the digitalization and use of technologies for the management and operation of the government, either for internal management or for communications and procedures with its citizens, and vice versa.

The eGoverment tries to provide greater dynamism, transparency and capacity to government structures, enabling new scenarios and processes, based on the use of information technologies. The eGoverment allows the automation of processes and guarantees the immediacy of procedures and obtaining information. Streamlines and simplifies the procedures that the citizen must or can perform with the government or public administration, without implying lack of security, both technical and legal.

For the operation of the eGoverment, the states make million-dollar investments in technological platforms, virtual environments and other technologies involved and necessary for this complete digitalization.

One of the technologies necessary for the proper functioning and existence of the eGoverment is the electronic signature technology, which provides legal security to all processes, procedures and transactions carried out by citizens, officials and technological platforms owned by the government, or owned by private companies hired. It can also provide technical security to processes, due to their encryption capability.

In order to establish a regulatory and legislative framework that would allow the complete digitalization of procedures and the use of electronic signature technology, the European Commission published Regulation 910/2014, with the objective of establishing common basis for secure electronic interactions among citizens, businesses and public administrations, thereby increasing the effectiveness of online services and marking the way to the complete digitalization of the European Union and its member states.

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