Every month, Digiposte hosts and certifies the payslips of 3 million employees. Today, Digiposte extends their authenticity beyond the digital safe by giving them an immutable proof value thanks to the Archipels blockchain operated 100% in France. This innovative system simplifies the verification and validation processes for underwriting files and reduces manual processing costs for the banking, insurance and real estate industries.
Paris, 9 June 2022 - Every month, Digiposte deposits more than five million documents in the safes of its eight million users, three million of whom receive their pay slips every month. These documents are authentic and have a verifiable probative value, in particular by means of the certificate of authenticity issued by La Poste.
Today, more and more companies are expressing the need to havedirect access to the proof of authenticity of documents without necessarily having to process the document itself, particularly in the context of Know Your Customer (KYC) procedures or simply to limit cases of document fraud.
To meet this need, Digiposte has entered into a partnership with the Archipels platform, which enables it toanchor in the blockchain the digital imprint of documents with evidential value hosted in Digiposte, starting with payslips. This digital fingerprint becomes an immutable proof value that allows the authentication of documents at any time within the framework of the subscription process.
For companies using this document verification service (banking, insurance, real estate, etc.), document certification via the blockchain reduces the operational costs of manual processing and simplifies the verification and validation processes for underwriting files.
This technological solution also strengthens the protection of customers' personal data and contributes to improving their level of trust in digital transactions thanks to the advantages offered by a consortium blockchain that is 100% operated in France and is eco-responsible:
- Documents are not anchored in the blockchain, only the digital fingerprint of the document is in the blockchain.
- The digital fingerprint of the document, the Hash, is an unfalsifiable alphanumeric sequence that allows it to be recognised in a secure manner, but is not reversible, i.e. it does not allow the document to be reconstructed.
-No personal data is embedded in the blockchain
According to Frédérique Ville, Director of Digiposte: " The Archipels blockchain document certification system will make it possible to extend the proof of authenticity of payslips, even if they are downloaded outside the Digiposte safe. This innovation will soon concern all certified documents received in Digiposte: diplomas, proof of address , etc."
According to Hervé Bonazzi, CEO of Archipels: " We are very pleased with this partnership with Digiposte! This is an important step for the digital trust services of tomorrow that we will soon enrich with the issuance of digital certificates to simplify and secure online procedures.
For more information: https: //business.digiposte.fr/
About La Poste Group:
La Poste is a public limited company with public capital, a subsidiary of Caisse des Dépôts and the State. The La Poste group is organised into four branches: Services-Courrier-Colis, General Public and Digital, GeoPost, La Banque Postale which, together with its subsidiary CNP Assurances, is the 11th largest European bancassurer. La Poste delivers more than 18 billion items per year worldwide (letters, advertising material and parcels), 6 days a week. The group is committed to its regional presence and has 17,000 points of contact (post offices, local post offices, retail outlets) and 18,000 points of access to a postal service (Pickup, business centres, lockers and parcel drives). In 2021, La Poste group generated a turnover of €34.6 billion, 41% of which was generated internationally, and employed nearly 245,000 people in 63 countries on five continents, including 193,000 in France. A company with a mission since June 2021, and a leader in ecological transition and green finance, La Poste aims to achieve "zero net emissions" by 2030. With its strategic plan "La Poste 2030, committed to you", the public company has set itself the ambition of becoming the leading European platform for links and exchanges, human and digital, green and citizen, serving its customers in their projects and society as a whole in its transformations.
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