Namirial was listed in the vendors that address specific use cases or requirements sections of the report.
(SENIGALLIA) – February 23, 2021: Namirial, a leading solution provider to empower organizations to automate their business processes based on digital trust services, announced that it has been identified as a ‘Representative Vendor in Electronic Signature,’ in the 2020 Gartner Market Guide for Electronic Signature1.
According to Gartner, “Electronic signature adoption has accelerated in the context of remote working and digital transformation, with business process requirements driving solution selection. Security and risk management leaders must work with business leaders to address security, compliance, legal and business needs.”
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.
“We believe our inclusion as a representative vendor in the Gartner Market Guide is reflecting the rapidly increasing number of global organizations putting their trust in Namirial solutions and services with their most critical business processes,” said Max Pellegrini, Namirial CEO.
Integration with Namirial eSignAnywhere enterprise electronic and digital signature platform is enabling all stakeholders to sign transactions without paper anytime anywhere on any device. Namirial Digital Trust Services are supporting organizations in both private sector and public administration for more than a decade in digitizing and accelerating their onboarding and agreement processes. Enterprises and public authorities rely on Namirial solutions for identification, authentication, and non-repudiable proofs of intent, compliant to national law and multinational regulation such as EU-Regulation 910/2014 eIDAS. Using Namirial simplifies their processes without compromising compliance. Namirial customers have been reducing acquisition costs and increasing customer and citizen satisfaction.
The Gartner Market Guide for Electronic Signature can be viewed by Gartner subscribers here.
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1 Gartner, Inc. “Market Guide for Electronic Signature” by Tricia Phillips and Brian Lowans, December 22, 2020.
Namirial is a multinational provider of information technology empowering trusted digital transformation. The provision of digital trust services is Namirial core business. Namirial services and solutions are aggregated in a unique platform including applications for identifying and authenticating users, workflows for orchestrating signatures, providing certificates for generating electronic signatures and electronic seals, procedures for long-term archiving, procedures for electronic invoices, and electronic delivery services.
Namirial is certified as a qualified trust service provider under EU Regulation 910/2014 eIDAS, accelerating digitization of private sector and public administration. Together with its international network of over 120 partners, Namirial is serving over one million customers worldwide. The company was founded in 2000 in Senigallia, Italy. Namirial is operating today in 20 locations in five countries, employing 440 people, processing several millions of transactions every day.
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