The qualified electronic time stamp is the result of the digital business transformation, capable of promoting the substitution of paper-based processes for their electronic equivalents. Therefore, contracts, invoices, payments and in general, any type of documentation are moving towards more electronic transmission.
To do this, we need the use of instruments such as electronic signatures, electronic stamps and electronic notifications that ensure the integrity and reliability of communications.
In this post we specifically define what the qualified electronic time stamp is within the electronic trust services that are included in the eIDAS Regulation.
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