More and more organizations are choosing to automate business processes and eliminate paper. A paperless environment heightens efficiency, reduces storage space and paper-related costs and is more environmentally friendly. In the digital age, the use of electronic signatures is increasingly popular to avoid delays in processing and to reduce the risk of fraud and forgery. The e-signature has indeed become an integral part of the automated business process within the IT infrastructure.
OpenTrust SPI (Signature and Proof Infrastructure) is a complete electronic signature and proof management solution, ideal for large organizations. It facilitates secure archiving and provides powerful audit trail capabilities to ensure that the signature and the file associated are regarded as valid and binding.
The OpenTrust SPI software suite targets all organizations seeking to secure their paperless transactions. It provides an industrialized infrastructure to rapidly implement and integrate electronic signatures into business processes, easing the management of legally recognized elements of proof within the ERM and BPM.
OpenTrust SPI users can conduct business securely via electronic transactions whenever and wherever they choose. Using OpenTrust SPI significantly accelerates business processes, saving time and lowering the costs of operations.
OpenTrust SPI’s architecture provides comprehensive control over signature functions in the form of a global multi-application service with numerous advantages. The solution addresses all organizations that are automating business processes and require e-signatures.
OpenTrust SPI is a simple, strong and secure solution for digital signatures and is seamlessly integrated into the most common IT systems deployed around the globe today.
OpenTrust SPI SDK
OpenTrust SPI SDK offers a standalone solution for client-side generation and validation of digital signatures. The SPI SDK native library is automatically and seamlessly integrated into business applications and no additional application servers, signature servers or databases are required.
Electronic signatures are an integral part of today’s digital business processes. However, requirements for implementing signature functions can vary from one process to another and from one application to another. This is why OpenTrust SPI SDK uses advanced signature policy rules, predefined in profiles that are selected by each application.
In addition to client-side signature generation, validation and time stamping, other powerful functions include an easy-to-use API, optimized batch signature operations, support for large XML files, support for multiple signature formats (PKCS#7, CMS, XMLDSig, XAdES etc.) and full compatibility with certificates/ key pairs held on smart cards.
- Windows XP SP3, Vista and Windows 7 (32 et 64 bits) supports
- Linux supports
- Signature formats: PKCS#7, CMS, XMLDSig, Xades