“It's clear to me that we need the courage to invest in Europe's digital future”
Vice-President of the European Commission (2010-2014)
Vice-President of the European Commission (2010-2014)
EUsign is a start-up company that was set up in July of 2014 in Bucharest, Romania, with an unquestionable European spirit and heritage, deeply rooted in family traditions. Living in Europe today means converging towards greater efficiency and productivity, slimming down procedures and eliminating unnecessary paperwork, and drastically slashing timeframes in order to achieve greater and better results. The fact that we are a start-up means that we can pay greater attention and dedicate more time to your needs, swiftly respond and deliver, and promptly attend to your demands.
We honed our skills working on dematerialisation projects for more than a decade in Italy, we write about dematerialisation and usability (see www.firmafacile.it), manage debate groups on the subject of dematerialisation (see Linkedin groups), organise events focused on dematerialisation (see www.key4paperless.com), and participate in meetings and debates on dematerialisation.
We can help you to make the right choices for dematerialisation at the source (to eliminate the need to print paper and sign paper documents), implement 100% digital document lifecycles, provide services and solutions for electronic signatures and digital trust for digitally signed documents converted to paper, verify legal and technical requisites for complex green business projects, and provide storage solutions, all according to our philosophy based on usable technology (extreme complexity in the back end, great usability on the front end).
Determination and enthusiasm
This is what we have infused into our company. We strive to gain the trust of our clients by working with care, reliability and professionalism, in our eyes an unhappy customer represents a failure, not only of a single deal, but of our entire way of being. We don’t cheat, we do what we know how to do, we don’t do what we don’t know how to do. We always come clean with our clients, we have been raised knowing that lies will get you nowhere. We have no problem saying “I don’t know, I have to look into it”, not knowing something drives us to look into the matter. We do not promise the moon to our clients, but only what we are capable of achieving, and when someone is better informed than we are then we admit it openly.
Federico Berti Arnoaldi Veli
During the years of the internet revolution I was part of the group that established the first Italian BBS that offered private citizens one of the very first internet connections (Agorà telematica). For more than two decades I have worked in the areas of System Integration and Management Consulting, focusing on knowledge management, dematerialisation and digitalisation of office automation processes, organisational consulting, managerial training and coaching, and in recent years I have even more specifically dedicated myself to the areas of digital signatures, usable technologies, security, and the evolution of applicable Italian and European laws. As of 2010 I am the curator of the blog named "Firma Facile - Una tecnologia utile deve essere usabile" (Simple Signing – Technology must be easy to use, www.firmafacile.it), administrator of the corresponding group on Linkedin dedicated to remote digital signatures, usability, and in more general terms to the topics of dematerialisation, digital signatures, transaction security and usable technologies.
On a separate note, I have cycled in Greece, Patagonia and Morocco, and I’m the curator of the website called www.nofear.it.
“Through the remote digital signature product known as CoSign, Federico worked on a document management project that had a radical impact on company management methods, most of the previously paper-based processes were transformed into a totally electronic cycle of creation, existence and storage. The project catered to a hefty integration between the Document Management Systeme and CoSign server-side signature services, an integration that was carried out seamlessly for the internal client and Federico proved his worth as a careful, precise and reliable person who was also always ready to help other service providers who happened to be involved in the project (especially the provider of the documents management solution), striving and helping with his skills and knowledge to pave the way to a feasible and very usable dematerialisation”.
"Federico, in addition to being an excellent and correct colleague, can be defined, above all, an unusual and atypical commercial man in the IT business. In fact, his greatest gift is that of being a "visionary" of the sale, which can involve everyone (customers and work team) about what represents the initial phase of each sale in the IT industry: the dream."
“It is now five years that Federico had been following us on various aspects of company dematerialisation and our client services, with most of our clients being car owners. More specifically, in the past year the main focus has been on the dematerialisation of vehicle property transfer, a strategic project required to comply with the government's demand to improve and streamline procedures in Public Administration offices and other bodies linked to the same. Federico has shown himself to be an expert in the subject thanks to his in-depth analysis of usable dematerialisation technologies and his extensive knowledge of legal aspects, and was invaluable in helping to define the project’s guidelines”.
“Federico has followed the Italian CoSign plan of marketing and communication. In three years, the brand CoSign has switched by little-known to the undisputed market leader in the field of electronic signature server. Federico has set the communication, organized events, coordinated PR agencies, written on blogs and magazines, and in the end his tireless efforts led to the result we wanted.”
“Federico ia an energetic and creative manager. He can quickly understand the workings of a business and has the ability to see the details as well as the larger picture.”