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Coverage of Namirial solutions in analyst reports

Aragon Report

The Aragon Research Globe™ for Digital Transaction Management, 2022

Evaluation of 20 Digital Transaction Management (DTM) solutions vendors around the world over two dimensions: effectiveness in execution of defined DTM strategy plus understanding and strategic intent that are at the forefront of market direction. Each vendor is then placed in one of four sectors: specialists, contenders, innovators or leaders. Namirial has been assigned to the leader category in the 2022 report for the sixth consecutive year.


IDC MarketScape: Worldwide eSignature Software 2021 Vendor Assessment

The IDC MarketScape report identifies and evaluates 14 major technology vendors and is categorizing them into four categories (leaders, major players, contenders, and participants), profiling highs and lows on both strategy and capabilities performance. Namirial has been categorized as a Major Player.

The report is available for IDC clients and for standalone purchase.


Gartner Market Guide for Electronic Signature, 2020

Gartner identified a total of 18 representative vendors in electronic signature, based on Gartner client interest, regardless of revenue or market share. Namirial is listed in the category of ‘global, full-service enterprise electronic and digital signatures’ with global reach as the only provider headquartered in Europe.

The report is accessible to Gartner subscribers as part of their subscription.

Forrester report

Now Tech: Digital Signature And Trust Services, Q1 2021

Overview of 19 providers of digital signature and trust services, selected based on their market presence and functionality. Vendors are categorized into four segments, each with varying capabilities: Digital Trust Platforms, Digital Transformation Platforms, e-signature specialists and Public Infrastructure (PKI) specialists. Namirial is recognized as a large Digital Trust Platform provider.

Forrester Report

The Time for A Digital Signature Is Now

Forrester is covering changing requirements for electronic signature integration and is recommending its clients to strengthen their signature toolkit. Companies that so far relied only on simple e-signatures only must rethink that strategy. While national legislation should indicate which transaction requires which signatures, companies should decide which risk mitigation strategy it prefers to adopt for simplest, higher-value, and higher-risk transactions. Published 4 years after EU Regulation 910/2014 eIDAS went into force, this report is looking into digital signature solutions with a focus on capabilities of qualified trust service providers, including Namirial.