This article is an integral part of a larger blog post series across several weeks on System Integrators and National Digital Identity Programs. This series discusses the opportunities for System Integrators to create new business and integrate the digital document workflows of their customers, in the private and public sectors, with these national programs.
The most well-known facts on most national digital identity programs are features where the digitally signing of official documents for businesses and public institutions become possible to citizens. But did you ever consider the document format in which those documents are being delivered globally?
Take a look at PDF’s capabilities. It doesn’t just enable the sharing and access of information across multiple applications, hardware, and operating systems; it allows businesses to guarantee the authenticity, security and traceability of their documents. It’s used to produce invoices, certificates, boarding passes, application forms and more allowing digital signatures to secure contract commitments. It goes far beyond simply being perceived as a digital visualization of a piece of paper. It’s a digital container which can contain many types of data, bundled with a wide array of interactive functionalities. Be sure to read our blog on how to use PDF portfolios for more details. Needless to say, PDF will be an integral part of data exchange between any national digital identity programs and the software implemented by System Integrators.
Stay tuned for our conclusion next week, where we will summarize and conclude how national digital identity programs are an opportunity for new SI business. Or read the interview with DXC, a renowned global System Integrator, about the cooperation with iText on Automating Document Workflows.
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System Integrators and National Digital ID Programs
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Introducing 5 reasons why a global surge in national digital identity programs requires digital document workflow reviews.
- Reason 1:
Enormous new market potential for both SIs and Customers due to national digital identity programs.
- Reason 2
High adoption rates for national digital identity programs cause high demand for digital document workflow integrations.
- Reason 3:
Strict screening and lengthy application procedures for national digital identity program integrations.
- Reason 4:
Proactive vs reactive behavior with national digital identity program integrations.
- Reason 5:
Digital signing features in national digital identity programs affect document workflows.
National digital identity program business opportunities.