The United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) granted three new trademarks to Lleida.net, the electronic notification and contracting company. This way, the company made it known through a press release. The granted trademarks will cover Click&Sign, Openum and Blockchain services of the Spanish quoted company in the United States.

Click&Sign is the brand used by LLN for the service of signature identification and passport and ID validity check. Openum, for its electronic communication services with reading certification and Blockchain for the implementation of the so-called intelligent contracts. Although this blockchain infrastructure is also used for other services.

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The concessions for all of them are for successive periods of 10 years. The USA is the country where this type of service has the largest market and is growing the fastest.

„We have a clear strategy to enter the U.S. market, where the digital signature industry is growing by leaps and bounds, and this is a new step on that path,“ said the company’s CEO and founder, Sisco Sapena.

The company brings to society new ways of communicating that improve and facilitate relationships between people, turning traditional communication processes into value services in line with new technologies.

The First Certification Operator

Lleida.net was born in 1995 with the aim of providing Internet access services, becoming one of the first Internet connection nodes in Spain. Ten years later, in 2005, it got the authorization from the Telecommunication Market Commission to provide services as a telecommunication operator.

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In this way it was a pioneer in providing services as an SMS operator. As a result of the analysis of its clients‘ needs, it continues to innovate until it adds the concept of certification to the notification and electronic contracting processes, incorporating data validation solutions that range from telephone or e-mail validation to identity with the so-called „electronic Know Your Customer“ (eKYC).

On the other hand, complementary services have been developed, which provide added value to customer processes, even allowing the integration of the services offered.

They have an international presence in several countries, from the United States to South Africa, including India and the Philippines.