1 September 2017
Lleida.net obtains the patent for Registered email in China, in the countries of the Gulf Cooperation Council and in Australia
The patents enhance the potential and intellectual property rights of Lleida.net electronic notification and certification services
The IT firm listed on the MAB (Alternative Equity Market; LLN) reinforces its presence in key markets for the sector
Lleida.net the leading company in the field of certification and electronic notification has received the granting of the patent of its Registered email method in China in the countries of the Gulf Cooperation Council (Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates) and in Australia for a 20-year period.
These patents enhance on a global basis the potential and intellectual property rights of Lleida.net electronic notification and certification services. Lleida.net method differs from other market solutions for its usability. It is the only one that allows its use without any installation on the user's computer, or modifications to the recipient’s email. The registered email service developed by Lleida.net, become a document, has a probative value before any administrative or judicial authority.
According to Sisco Sapena, CEO of Lleida.net, "the granting of this patent allows us to offer our certified electronic notification service in 8 new countries and help us position ourselves in a crucial moment for the sector since fintech services and global regulatory standards require the certification of the transactions.
Lleida.net thus continues its international expansion, positioning in technological markets committed to digitisation. The eight new patents are added to the seven obtained by the company beyond Europe during the first quarter and they multiply the rights of Lleida.net on electronic notification and certification services on a global basis. Currently, the intellectual property right of the technological company cover a population of over 2,600 million inhabitants.
Lleida.net has recently reached sales of 2,4 million euros during the first quarter of this year, an increase of 27% compared to the same period of 2016. The increase in sales is due both to the acquisition of large accounts in all Lleida.net business lines and to the international expansion
Currently the company is listed on the Spanish Alternative Stock Market and is a leading company in the field of electronic notification and electronic contracting. The company created in 1995 has two more business lines, namely SMS solutions as operator and wholesaler and data validation. The telecom operator has signed agreements with more than 1,500 companies in more than 150 countries from 16 international offices. Its solutions and services are used in enterprises, public administration, and SME's.
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