If you are already trading some documents electronically, how about a simple, secure, low cost, easy to implement, solution that gives you an ability to communicate with 100% of your trading community electronically by using our tailored personalised Secure Email system.
For example, you can now issue 100% of your invoices, remittance advices, despatch advices and order confirmations (to name but a few) electronically and securely for minimal cost and effort. Yet in doing so, secure the massive savings in process and paperwork that electronic trading can generate.
When sending important trading documents via public networks such as the Internet, security is paramount.
Appropriate for low sensitivity documents such as order confirmations and dispatch advices.
Trading documents are exchanged as a client customised HTML file attached to an email that look virtually identical to the paper documents you send presently. A digital signature is attached to the email so that the recipient knows that the message is genuine and that the document has not been interfered with or corrupted en route to the trading partner.
The recipient requires nothing more than an email address.
Appropriate for high sensitivity documents where proof of delivery is not important. For example, statements, sales reports, price lists etc.
Trading documents are exchanged as a client customised HTML file attached to an email. In addition to the digital signature the data is secured using industry standard 3DES encryption to ensure the only the intended recipient is able to read the contents.
The recipient requires an email address and a digital certificate which can be generated using free Advance-Certification software if required.
Appropriate for high sensitivity documents which must be tracked through to delivery. For example, invoices, credit notes and orders.
Trading documents are exchanged as a client customised HTML file attached to an email. In addition to the digital signature (to authenticate the sender) and 3DES encryption (to make the data unreadable to anyone other than the intended recipient), a form of digital receipt is returned to confirm a number of things.
1. The date and time of sending and receiving the document
2. The recipient received and successfully decrypted the document
3. The document they received is identical to the document you sent
The recipient requires an email address, a digital certificate and a copy of Advance- Communicator software.
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