We are very proud to announce our contracting platform Connectaclick has been awarded “The best app for PC” and we want to share it with you
The prize awarded by the Association of Internet users, was picked it up by Sisco Sapena, CEO Lleida.net at a gala held yesterday in Madrid on the occasion of the celebration of the Internet Day to be held this Sunday 17 May in Spain.
The gala dinner hosted by journalist Macarena Berlin, director and presenter of the radio show “Hablar por Hablar” featured a novelty: the so called ‘tweet-speeches’.
As this year there have been many categories, the acceptance speeches are limited to the extent of a tweet.
The #diadeinternet (#internetday) is a project that emerged from the society, by the society and for the society and it is open to voluntary and free participation.
Connectaclick is a tailor-made solution for registered electronic contracting processes developed by Lleida.net. Connectaclick is a platform tailored to meet customer needs by combining services such as Registered SMS, registered email or website acceptance certification. It is also possible to add identity card validations from a picture sent by email.
From these and other elements Connectaclick is integrated within the merchant process, so at the end he will receive Lleida.net certificate acting as trusted third party. This certificate provides the contract proposal and the final user’s acceptance, linking telephone number, email address, IP address and any other possible attachments. Altogether in a PDF document, digitally signed, time-stamped and stored for a minimum of five years by Lleida.net, thus becomes the legal evidence of the contract.
Such solutions seek to achieve the equilibrium between getting proof of the contract (with the buyer’s real data) and allowing a better user experience, thus improving the conversion rate. Having said that, do you feel like living the Connectaclick experience? Go and visit http://demo.connectaclikc.com/
Congratulations to the nominees and the winner.
Thank you all!
We are The first registering operator – Registered electronic messages