So-called “electronic registered mail service” may be threat to bpostFriday, 09 February 2018 14:39
The law follows the implementation of the European eIDAS regulations (electronic IDentification Authentication and trust Services). However, up to now, no company had obtained the highest official seal of approval, that of “service provider of professional trust.”
It is this recognition which supports the legal force of electronic registered post.
De Tijd notes in its Friday edition that this news, which concerns a platform developed by the Limburg company Connect Solutions, could potentially pose a threat to an important source of bpost income. Each year bpost sends around 30 million registered mail items, each letter costing at least €5.29.
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