At CloudTrade we take responsibility for our clients' information seriously by working within recognised information security standards.
CloudTrade’s patents cover our internally developed Gramatica software, which uses unique artificial intelligence (AI) rules with backward tracking search, to interpret, validate, and extrapolate semantic meaning from documents of any type including invoices, sales and purchase orders and advanced shipping notices.
The software is protected by lasting patents in Europe, the U.S. and Australia.
CloudTrade’s patents (System for data extraction and processing) are held exclusively by Keywordlogic Limited, a wholly owned subsidiary of CloudTrade.
European Patent EP2671190B1
U.S. Patent US 20130318110 A1
Australian Patent 2012213242
ISO 27001 is the internationally recognised standard defining the requirements for an organisation’s Information Security Management System (ISMS). The audit and certification process ensures the availability, integrity and confidentiality of information and network systems and the accreditation covers all CloudTrades’s services, including; e-invoicing and electronic order processing services.
The accreditation process, carried out by Lloyd’s Register Quality Assurance Limited (LRQA), included a complete audit of CloudTrade’s data security policies and processes for establishing, implementing, operating, monitoring, reviewing, maintaining and improving information security and minimising risk.
As a PEPPOL (Pan European Pulic Online) Access Point, CloudTrade provides a gateway into the PEPPOL network to send and receive business documents, such as invoices, purchase orders and advanced shipping notices, etc.
CloudTrade has demonstrated compliance with The PEPPOL Conformance and Test dimension allowing us to become a certified PEPPOL Access point.
Find out more about our PEPPOL Services and how to register with CloudTrade as your PEPPOL Access Point.
UBL, as ISO/IEC 19845, is the first open data format for the exchange of business documents to be ratified by two out of the three standards-setting bodies recognised by the World Trade Organisation under the Agreement on Technical Barriers to Trade.