For some years, the digital transformation is an expression that is on the lips of everyone.
This concept involves not only the adoption of new digital tools by the organizations but also the reorganization of their strategies by implementing new technologies to improve synergies, reduce costs and increase profits.
In an increasingly hyperconnected, global and delocalized world, digital transformation improves the productivity of the organization, allows to meet the needs of customers in a more personalized way and grants a degree of agility to organizations that did not previously have. In short, it means more business opportunities.
The legal framework has also contributed to this change. This can be seen in the European Union, where the eIDAS regulation, which sets the guidelines for the mutual recognition of electronic identification, is part of the digital transformation, in its objective of reaching the common digital market.
The data on this is more than encouraging. From IDC Spain it was pointed out in 2016 that “89% of European companies place digital transformation as a key part of their corporate strategy”. Moreover, concerning Spanish companies, “those immersed in digitalization have an increase in sales of 39%,” according to the same consultancy.
Linked to this concept is also the digital Darwinism, according to which those companies that fail to adapt to this new environment are doomed to disappear. With an increasing number of users connected by mobile phone, and within an increasingly competitive environment, digital transformation cannot be understood as an option, but as the way forward.
Signature and digital identity, essential for digital transformation
The emergence of the figure of the digital customer, who demands services available anywhere and anytime at the click of a button, has been one of the main engines for digital transformation. Perhaps electronic banking is the most representative case of this change; undoubtedly, a large part of its digitization is linked to the use of certificates, which allow to enjoy secure services and use the digital signature, and which provide customers with secure access from anywhere, to make inquiries or to contract specific products.
The digital signature benefits companies that are experiencing the digital transformation since it allows, among other things:
- Sign documents and request services or products anywhere and anytime.
- Reduce the use of paper and contribute to the care of the environment.
- Streamline workflows when multiple signatures are required.
- Automate the signing of multiple documents
- Identify the signatories and protect the information contained in a document.
nebulaSUITE and digital transformation
At vintegrisTECH we are committed to digital transformation. We understand that technology is the best ally of companies to achieve their goals, and we know the importance of identity and digital signature in this new context, especially in the financial and banking sector.
nebulaSUITE is the only solution on the market that provides corporations with a complete cycle of digital identity, available anywhere and anytime, to streamline procedures and depend less on paper, with the assurance of being compliant/in compliance with international regulations such as eIDAS.
nebulaSUITE offers much more than a legally binding qualified digital signature: it also allows issuing, managing, monitoring and making inventories of digital certificates; obtain robust authentication, and manage administrative telematic notifications (in Spain).
All this makes it a complete solution in the process of digital transformation.
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Finally, we invite you to the nebulaSUITE Summit 2018 event, which will take place on September 18th at the headquarters of Microsoft Ibérica (Madrid). Check for yourself the advantages of migrating to a SaaS model versus the current on-premise solutions, and learn more about European legal regulations from experts such as Nacho Alamillo, from Astrea Jurídica. Limited places. Sign up now! (held in Spanish)