30 December 2019
Lleida.net wins the tender for remote registration of Andorra Telecom users
Madrid, 30 December.- The technology services company Lleida.net (BME: LLN; EURONEXT: ALLN) has been awarded the Andorra Telecom phone tender to manage all its remote new user registrations.
The service, known as On boarding digital or eKYC (Know Your Customer Service) will allow Andorra Telecom to use the technology of the Spanish company for its digital and face-to-face registration processes, as well as the digitization of Andorra Telecom's visiting staff.
The contract shall be for a period of five years subject to annual review.
Lleida.net eKYC service is an in-house video conference identification platform that meets anti-money laundering rules.
The service is provided either assisted by a live agent or unassisted and can analyse any official id documentation issued worldwide.
Similarly, the technology, developed by the company's R&D department, has the ability to incorporate new biometric identification and documentation technologies as the technology continues to evolve.
"Having been awarded the Andorra Telecom eKYC tender is a new recognition of the adequacy of our technological services. We have been innovating ever since the company was founded, almost 25 years ago, and we intend to continue along these lines,” said Sisco Sapena, CEO of Lleida.net.
Andorra Telecom is the only telephone operator in the Pyrenean country, and has about 82,000 mobile numbers.
One year ago today, Lleida.net, which is listed on the Alternative Stock Market and Euronext Growth in Paris, was recognized as the first Spanish company to obtain the type approval receive the type approval of qualified electronic registered delivery service of the EIDAS regulation.
eIDAS is the European regulation on electronic identification and trust services for electronic transactions within the Community framework.
From the time of approval, all electronic certificates issued by Lleida.net are admitted by default to any European court or administration.
The company, which in the last five years has strengthened the creation of new technologies in the framework of trusted digital services, has more than 100 patents in electronic certification methods the European Union, United States, Australia, Japan, China and the Middle East.