Use cases

trace:original use cases

Enigio's trace:original is designed to digitise any paper document, no matter how simple or complex it might be. While any document can be digitised, there are certain areas where the impact of going digital will be greater. Below we have collected a couple of key areas and examples.

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Finance

Enigio's trace:original is designed to handle all kinds of financial documents, including the more complex ones, like negotiable instruments, trade finance and credit documents, such as:

  • Guarantees
  • Letters of credit
  • Bills of exchange
  • Promissory notes
  • Loan agreements
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Transport and logistics

There are numerous documents in the transport and logistics sector that could benefit from becoming digitalised, simplifying and expediting every part of the transport documentation process.

  • CMR
  • Bill of lading
  • Rail waybill
  • Sea waybill
  • Warehouse receipt
  • Cargo & marine insurance certificate
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Certificates

Having a certificate in your hands has never been easier, faster or safer. With trace:original you can instantly digitise any certificate, turning it into a digital original. Examples are documents such as:

  • Transaction certificates​
  • ESG certificates
  • Certificates of conformity
  • Inspection certificates
  • System certification
  • Food and organic certification
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And many more...

Any document of importance can benefit from being digitised, simplifying access, handling and safe-keeping. The list of examples is endless, but here are some highlights.

  • Grades
  • Diplomas
  • Health certificate
  • Insurance policy
  • Wills
  • Contracts
  • Agreements

Deep dives

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Digital bank guarantees

With trace:original, it is possible to fully digitise bank guarantees. trace:original is replicating today’s paper workflow through an end-to-end digitalisation process that is acceptable to all parties while keeping their current systems.

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Digital bills of exchange

Thanks to trace:original and the UN model law for electronic transferable records (MLETR) it has become possible to create digital bills of exchange. The list of benefits is long but to keep it short it is faster, safer, more cost-efficient and sustainable than using paper.