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Remote Authentication. e-Signing. Paperless. Digital. Self-Service.

Complete digital HR solution

Remote identification, delivery and electronic signing of documents

Our Digital HR Administration management solution includes the whole process from preparing all HR related documents like Labour Contracts, Annexes, Additional agreements, Orders and Certificates, the remote authentication of all parties, their signing with Qualified Electronic Signature and the e-storage of the Labour File.

Applying the solution greatly facilitates the signing process of any documents between employer and employee, regardless of place and time and has а proof of delivery evidence with time for sending, sender, addressee, time for delivery and the content of the documents.

The process is carried out through our corporate platform Webtools, that facilitates the communication between Sb, Employer and Employees, where all documents are kept both for the Company and for the Employee and are accessible at any time.


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Qualified Electronic Signature

Get your Qualified Electronic Signature in 2 minutes, following  the 4 steps process, free of charge, using the application of Evrotrust. All you need is a mobile phone and your ID card. The application provides remote authentication based on checks in

…and now you are ready to use your QES and to sign documents with any institutions that implemented the solution (banks, NSSI, state institutions, municipalities.

Applying the solution greatly facilitates the signing process of any documents between employer and employee, regardless of place and time.


Sign documents with a click

  • Paperless HR Administration
  • Transition to an electronic employment record
  • Immediate delivery
  • Free of charge for Employees
  • Self-service
  • 24/7 access

European Commission Policies 

Electronic identification (eID) and
electronic Trust Services (eTS)

Electronic identification (eID) and electronic Trust Services (eTS) are key enablers for secure cross-border electronic transactions and central building blocks of the Digital Single Market.

The Regulation (EU) N°910/2014 on electronic identification and trust services for electronic transactions in the internal market (eIDAS Regulation) adopted by the co-legislators on 23 July 2014 is a milestone to provide a predictable regulatory environment to enable secure and seamless electronic interactions between businesses, citizens and public authorities.

The eIDAS Regulation:

  • ensures that people and businesses can use their own national electronic identification schemes (eIDs) to access public services in other EU eID are available.
  • creates an European internal market for eTS – namely electronic signatures, electronic seals, time stamp, electronic delivery service and website authentication – by ensuring that they will work across borders and have the same legal status as traditional paper based processes. Only by providing certainty on the legal validity of all these services, businesses and citizens will use the digital interactions as their natural way of interaction.
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Regulation No 910/2014 of the EU Parlament and the Council on electronic identification and trust services for electronic transactions


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Summary of Report of the European Commission about Evrotrust eID solution.

Evrotrust eID solution was recognized in an official report of the European Commission as one of the 7 possible methods for remote on-boarding in the financial sector, who meet the requirements of AML/KYC.

The Commission finds on page 76/77 that the Evrotrust method is:

  1. Unique and only in Europe;
  2. Rests on eIDAS trust service;
  3. It is legal and compliant with AML requirements (5th AMLD);
  4. The method is equally legal in all EU member states;
  5. More favorable to banks, than using video-identification or other technologies;
  6. Advantageous, since liability does not rest with the banks.

The EC Report states the following for our solution on page 76:

“The considered method for identification is completely new, and from a legal point of view it does not rely on the technologies used (video identification, 3D liveness, etc.), but on an eIDAS trust service provided by a qualified trust service provider through the issuing of a qualified certificate, relying on the consultation of national registers, and a remote biometric identification. The certificate bears more identification attributes as normal certificates. This method for e-identification is explicitly regulated as meeting the AML requirements under Art. 13 (1) of the 5th AMLD. It seems that no other such solution is provided in Europe.

As an advantage, eIDAS rules regarding responsibilities and mutual recognition apply to such an identification through a qualified certificate.

This method is more favorable to banks, than direct use of video identification apart from a trust service. If a bank only uses video identification (with 3D liveness, etc.), it relies on the technology, and the risk of wrong identification remains on the bank. If the bank identifies the client through a trust service (qualified certificates with more attributes), the bank relies on a regulated trust service, ruled by eIDAS. The risk of wrong identification rests with the trust service provider by law. The method explained is thus equally legal in all EU member states. 

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