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Issuing the policy

Certifying a new insurance policy in a simple and reliable way.

In the field of insurance, an aspect that requires a great deal of attention is the need to guarantee the date and time in which a policy is issued. This factor is even more important when the insurance company is organized with various agencies across the country.


Traditionally, policies are basically paper forms, with potentially different formats, that must be signed in multiple copies that must then be sent to the various interested parties (it is possible to have up to five copies) and that are produced using a copy system with chemical paper.

A further requirement in the insurance field is that the stamp, besides containing the date and time of issue, must also include the agency identification, to make it easier to know where the policy was issued.

Other needs in this sector, for security reasons, are, on one hand, that the date and time cannot be modified, therefore guaranteeing that it is certain and unaltered, and on the other hand, that it be possible to stamp even in the absence of electrical power.


Solari di Udine’s solution, which meets all the requirements described above, is represented by the time stamping clock named TEMPOR.

During installation this device is configured with the fixed stamp information such as a progressive number and the agency ID.


Regarding the date and time, this information can be initialized in several ways: manually by keypad on the device, manually by browser thanks to the integrated Web server, automatically using the NTP protocol and a server.

When done manually, the information must first be programmed by the operator but, after that, no further actions are required since the information is kept updated automatically by means of the precise internal clock with which the device is equipped.

The manual setting can be done by acting directly on the time stamping clock, using its keyboard, or, if the device is connected to a network by Ethernet, it can be done using a browser to access the integrated Web server, once authorization is confirmed.

If the device is connected to a network by Ethernet, it can be initialized and then be kept synchronized all automatically using the services made available by a clock server, which can be a generic NTP server, or Solari di Udine’s NTP Master Clock (MCK), which offers a greater guarantee in terms of security and simple configuration, also thanks to the integrated DHCP protocol.


The batteries in the device allow for considerable independence and make it so that the TEMPOR can be used even when electrical power is absent, for a good 24 hours or several hundreds of stamps, therefore guaranteeing continuity of service even during a power outage and the ability to meet customers’ demands.

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Case Studies

A large Italian insurance company, organized with multiple agencies across the country, has the need to have certain control over the date and time policies are issued by its agencies.
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