Origin – Integrity – Authenticity – Longevity
Document life cycle
CertifiO, the trusted digital signature, fills these gaps and allows you to create a fully digital signature using a legally reliable process.
CertifiO certifies the name of the signatory as well as his professional status (or the employment relationship). The software guarantees that a document is authentic by incorporating proofs of its origin and integrity into the document.
CertifiO, the trusted digital signature, helps shorten your business processes, making your process fully digital, and allowing you to get rid of hard copies.
CertifiO and ConsignO can support several signatures on a document, without compromising its integrity or long-term reliability, and all at the speed of your Internet connection.
ConsignO allows you to convert your documents to PDF/A standard, a badge of reliability to ensure that your documents will be readable for decades.
CertifiO and ConsignO allow stakeholders to establish a fully digital process while ensuring the integrity and longevity of electronic documents after scanning the paper archives.
CertifiO and ConsignO allow stakeholders to implement a fully digital process, all while reaping the benefits of a paperless approach. In addition, a digitally signed document using CertifiO has the same legal value as a hand-signed paper document.
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Founded in 1996 by the Chambre des notaires du Québec, Notarius’ goal is to offer solutions that ensure the long-term reliability of official documents. Our motto: Origin – Integrity – Authenticity – Longevity.
Notarius is the only company in Canada to certify trusted identities and professional status throughout the entire life cycle. We are the only Canadian company that issues trusted digital signatures recognized by Adobe and Microsoft.
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