Romanian individuals and companies will access public services across the EU fully digitally

Deniza Cristian 29/05/2023 | 12:45

Evrotrust eID, the eID scheme of the leading European qualified trust service provider Evrotrust Technologies AD, will be the first to enable Romanian individuals and companies to get digital access to public services across the European Union.


The eID scheme has now been pre-notified as Bulgaria’s national eID scheme following the successful vote by the Cooperation Network at the European Commission under the eIDAS Regulation. This allows the company to launch its services on the Romanian market and offer Romanian citizens and companies access to public services in the entire EU completely digitally with only a few clicks.

The successful notification of the Evrotrust’s eID scheme by the European Commission will enable companies and individuals from the EU including Romanian, to gain digital access to public services in their own country and across the European Union, including healthcare, social care, education, taxes, pension, work. It also enables Romanian businesses to provide their international customers with a fully digital and secure journey as it offers local and foreign companies a quick and easy process when signing a contract between the parties while providing the possibility to verify the identity of the client. This opens great opportunities for seamless international expansion.

Earlier this year, Evrotrust, headquartered in Bulgaria, attracted a pre-seed investment of 2.5 million euro from the Bulgarian Development Bank to support its international expansion and entry into foreign markets, Romania included, distinguishing itself as a leader in the Central and Eastern European start-up space. The company has over 1 million international users between 18 and 80 years old and over 100 business clients, 15 of which are some of the major banking institutions worldwide. Business clients of the eID scheme include Mastercard, Allianz, DocuSign, UniCredit Bulbank, Raiffeisen Bank, KBC Bank, SoftServe, EPAM, Sutherland, and TELUS International.

“We are proud to have been votedas Bulgaria’s national scheme under the eIDAS regulation and therefore be able to offer the Romanian clients, both individuals, and companies, our technology solutions for remote identification and electronic signature with the highest level of security. The Romanian market is very important in our international expansion process, and we are confident that our platform will answer market demands in terms of rapid, convenient, and secure identification process.” says Evrotrust Chairman of the Board of Directors, prof. George Dimitrov.

The pre-notification procedure of Evrotrust involved peer review assessment for eIDAS compliance by all European Member States. The extensive procedure took more than 6 months, and as a result, the Evrotrust electronic identification scheme is recognized to meet both high and substantial assurance levels, demonstrating its commitment to providing secure digital identity to individuals and businesses across Europe. Last year Evrotrust was recognized by Deloitte as one of the 50 fastest-growing tech start-ups in central Europe for its stunning 958% growth rate.

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