Enigio receives patent in China for trace:original technology, which enables digitalisation of all types of electronic trade documents

  Enigio is proud to announce that it has been awarded a new patent for the digital original document invention behind Enigio’s trace:original solution. The patent was issued by China National Intellectual Property Administration (CNIPA) in accordance with Patent Law of the People’s Republic of China on December 5, 2023 Enigio’s digital original document invention […]

Happy Holidays from everyone at Enigio!

Thank you to all customers, partners and friends for a fabulous 2023. We look forward to collaborating again and to continue the journey of true digital change in 2024!

Enigio welcomes Robin Scher as Board Member

Enigio is delighted to announce that Robin Scher has joined the company as member of the Board. Robin spent his early career in working in Commercial Banking, first in frontline relationship and leadership roles and, latterly, defining strategy.   He moved on to manage Lloyds Banking Group’s annual £3bn+ internal Change budget, leading on the prioritisation […]

Aneel Sabir joins Enigio to cover the Middle East

We are delighted to announce that Aneel Sabir has joined Enigio as Director to mainly cover the Middle East Aneel has spent the last 13 years working in banking in the Middle East region, having forged a career in Trade Finance and Corporate Banking. He has worked in SaaS and BPO industries and in the […]

Let’s ship goods, not documents!

Enigio salutes the commitment from nine major ocean carriers within DCSA to convert 100% of original bills of lading to electronic bills of lading by 2030 and by 50% within 5 years.  The commitment will have a huge industry impact as the nine carriers ship 72% of all the containerised goods in the world transported […]

Enigio’s Co-founder and Head of New Markets, Göran Almgren, will give a speech at The Stockholm Fintech Week about transferable digital assets

Enigio is proud to be part of the Stockholm Fintech Week taking place in Stockholm 13th – 17th February. Enigio’s Head of New Markets, board member and co-founder Göran Almgren will participate together with a great line up of speakers and topics.   Göran will talk about Freely transferable digital assets, on Thursday 16th of February, at […]

Amanda Evans joins Enigio as Chief Growth Officer

We are delighted to announce that Amanda Evans has joined Enigio as Chief Growth Officer.  Amanda is a commercial leader with extensive experience driving business growth and operations across a wide range of industries, including broadcasting, media, consumer goods, hospitality and health tech.  “With her diverse background and skills, Amanda complements a strong team of finance, […]

Stephen Sandiford joins Enigio as Market Advisor

We are delighted to announce that Stephen Sandiford has joined Enigio as Market Advisor. Stephen has 30 years’ experience in UK Residential and BTL mortgages. He has worked across most aspects of mortgage lending – from strategy, sales and marketing, origination and through to servicing, and so has an invaluable view of the whole of […]

Enigio’s trace:original is now compliant with BIMCO’s standard for e-bill of lading

Standards and interoperability are key factors to achieve efficient trade processes, as there are several parties involved in export or import transactions. Enigio welcomes standards and are pleased to confirm that trace:original supports BIMCO’s open standard for electronic bills of lading for bulk shipping. Enigio’s trace:original is able to digitise any trade document, including negotiable […]

ICC’s Trade for Prosperity. Rethinking interoperability: how to solve the eBL adoption problem

The rationale and drivers for digitalising trade are indisputably strong, cutting costs and boosting volumes by trillions of dollars, yet uptake remains slow. According to BIMCO, a shipping industry association covering around 60% of the global fleet, adoption of electronic BLs, or eBLs, remains between 1% and 2%, despite two decades of efforts to move […]