Revision-proof archiving and sharing cloud-based documentation

“We are proud to integrate FONTO‘s structured content editing with our powerful digitalization platforms, GuarDoc and Cert-Trace®, resulting in a significantly enhanced user experience through groundbreaking digitalization tools.“

Bill Holler

Founder and CEO TraCert OÜ

Benefits Of GuarDoc And Fonto Editor

Edit With FONTO

Easily create structured documents in XML format. Store XML and resulting PDF in GuarDoc Archive.

Copy Protection

When these PDF documents are opened, a watermark is added that prevents undetected copying.

Archive Structure

The unlimited content can be organized in an individually configurable folder system for your applications.

Easily Share Your Documents

Securely sharing GuarDoc documents is very easy, yet highly secure, and only accessible through UUID or QR code to authorized recipients.

Worldwide Accessibility

GuarDoc documents are stored in the world’s largest and most secure cloud. They are accessible anywhere – but only from authorized recepients.

Data security is top priority

Documents Are Safe With GuarDoc

GuarDoc Follows Stringent Security Standards such as:
EN9300 series “LOTAR” (Long Time Archiving and Retrieval) standards

Benefits Of GuarDoc And Fonto Editor

Fast And Efficient

GuarDoc is a highly efficient platform for secure long-term archiving and sharing of important documents.

Browser Based

GuarDoc works in any browser without need of any further archiving device.

Cloud Archiving

Documents are securely stored in the world’s largest and most secure cloud.

Blockchain Protection

Through our Green Blockchain Technology GuarDoc Documents are securely permanently notarized.

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