Notarius is pleased to announce that the Ordre des traducteurs, terminologues et interprètes agréés du Québec (OTTIAQ) has selected the CertifiO digital signature solution for use by its members. Thanks to this partnership, OTTIAQ’s members will now be able to use a digital signature that validates their identity in order to securely sign their documents.
“This partnership with OTTIAQ is an opportunity for Notarius to offer its technology to new professions, and we are pleased and excited to support our new partner in their digital transformation,” states Claude Charpentier, president and CEO of Notarius.
Donald Barabé, a certified translator and president of OTTIAQ, explains, “The digital seal that Notarius is providing to our members is an additional guarantee of quality for clients, in addition to providing added value to our members. We are delighted that this partnership with Notarius will allow OTTIAQ to reinforce its mission to protect the public.”
A leading expert in electronic signatures, digital signatures, and long-term document reliability since 1998, Notarius is the only Canadian firm that issues trusted signatures recognized by Adobe (Adobe Approved Trust List – AATL) and eIDAS (electronic IDentification Authentication and trust Services). Notarius’ digital signature solutions are currently recognized and used by more than 38 professional associations across Canada, allowing thousands of professionals to sign and authenticate electronic documents with the same legal value as hand-signed paper documents.
The Ordre des traducteurs, terminologues et interprètes agréés du Québec is a professional order with a reserved title for its 2,200 members with recognized qualifications. As part of its mandate to protect the public, the Order strives to ensure and promote competency and professionalism among its member translators, terminologists and interpreters. OTTIAQ has established itself in Quebec’s professional sphere and has gained esteem from its status as a professional order. Moving forward, it aims to become a reference for translation, terminology and interpreting in Canada and abroad. To learn more about OTTIAQ, visit https://ottiaq.org/en/.