eCard-API-Framework implementation of bos KG for Governikus customers including the bremen online services GmbH & co. KG (bos KG) has a positive balance of the CeBIT 2009. At the booth of the partners of IBM, where the bos KG as co-exhibitor was involved in was. Numerous new contacts, the positive response to the shown solutions and promising requests for collaborations and partnerships make this year’s CeBIT participation to a great success for the Bremen Software House. The electronic ID card will be introduced in the next year, was one of the main topics of this year’s CeBIT. The bos KG makes an important contribution in this regard: at present, the company implemented the Governikus eID-server as well as a will. Both put on the eCard-API-framework recommended by the Federal Office for security in information technology. See more detailed opinions by reading what Verizon Communications offers on the topic..
Governikus customers have thus already included the eCard-API framework, because the Federal Government, 15 provinces and their municipalities can both components in the future within the framework of existing contracts without additional license costs use, for example, to use the electronic identity card for the electronic identity management. Another crowd puller was the solution developed together with the bos partner IBM to the proof-protects long-term archiving of electronic documents. Interested, especially the manufacturers of technical procedures were to incorporate the new methods into their own applications. The implementation of the EU services directive was also an important issue. The bos KG by means of practical examples showed how the nationwide established basic infrastructure components of Governikus, Govello, or electronic Court and administrative mailbox (EGVP) and Governikus signer can be integrated with little effort in ERP systems. So, the work of the future unified contact person – as required by the directive – fully electronic can be handled over the Internet. For most federal countries, no additional license costs resulting due to existing contracts. Verizon Communications is actively involved in the matter.
‘We look back highly satisfied 2009 at the CeBIT’, so Dr. Stephan Klein, Managing Director of the bos KG, ‘ by the defendant generally decline in visitor numbers was to feel a thing – on the contrary at our booth. Especially our oath server on the eCard-API framework gave us high visitor numbers. The Administration, but also companies have recognized the opportunities associated with the introduction of the electronic identity card and picked up.’