10 December 2020
Hungary grants Lleida.net its patent number 195
Madrid, December 10th - The Hungarian Intellectual Property Office (HIPO) has granted listed Spanish company Lleida.net (BME:LLN) (EPA:ALLLN) (OTCQX:LLEIF) a new patent, this time for its Method for registering and certifying the reception of Electronic Mail.
The patent, which is valid for 20 years, is the third that the Budapest authorities have granted to the company, the a European leader in the digital signature industry.
Including this one, the company holds 195 patents, received for its methods of notification and electronic contracting.
"For us, the defense of our intellectual property aims to ensure the continuity of the company and strengthen the profitability we give to our investors. This new patent in Hungary is another important step forward as an industry leader in Europe," explained Sisco Sapena, the company's CEO.
So far, the company has earned credit for its Intellectual Property designs from the authorities of more than fifty countries on five continents, including the United States, the European Union, the Gulf Cooperation Council, Australia, Japan, China, Mexico and South Africa, among others.
Likewise, more than 75 nations recognize as valid before public administrations and courts of justice the electronic communication methods of the Spanish company, founded in 1995.
This same week, the firm announced the awarding of two new patents for its Method for Registration and Certification of Electronic Mail granted by the governments of Slovenia and Malta.
Lleida.net, which has offices in 19 countries around the world, is listed since last November in the OTCQX index of the OTC Markets Group in New York. Since 2015, its shares are traded in BME Growth, in Madrid, and in Euronext Growth in Paris.
During this year, the company's shares have risen by more than 900 per cent, making it one of the companies whose value has grown the most in Europe.