CEDT - Centre of Excellence for the Dematerialisation of Transactions
CEDT - Centre of Excellence for the Dematerialisation of Transactions

The INCM joins the Centre of Excellence for the Dematerialisation of Transactions

February 1, 2012

Since the 12th of January the INCM has been a member of the Skills Network of the CEDT - Centre of Excellence for the Dematerialisation of Transactions, a private not-for-profit entity that aims to promote applied research and innovation for boosting competitiveness through developing and publicising the culture, practice and knowledge of the dematerialisation of transactions.

The CEDT is supported by organisations involved in science and technology systems and companies associated with IT (Information Technology) with skills in the transaction dematerialisation sector, an area in which the INCM has proven experience and to which it can contribute for the development of new synergies.

At the moment, in accordance with the CEDT's plan of activities, there are various projects under development: the attribution of legal value to digitalised documents and the Company Docs project, in the area of the dematerialisation of documentation, and the Public e-procurement project, among others, in the area of the dematerialisation of payments.

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