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There is a simple solution for audit-proof archiving!
The FileLock system from GRAU DATA was developed to relieve you of the effort required for audit-proof archiving. Quickly and cost-effectively integrated, you can focus your energy fully on business again – instead of archiving.
With the hardware-independent software solution, no system conversion is necessary; it integrates seamlessly into existing IT structures. New files are then automatically archived in compliance with GoBD, but you can also add existing data at a later date.
Thanks to WORM functionality, the data is securely protected against any changes. FileLock thus enables audit-proof archiving in accordance with GoBD – quickly, easily and cost-effectively.
You no longer want to worry about audit-proof archiving?
Frequently asked questions
What is audit-proof archiving?
In Germany, the legal regulations for long-term archiving of digital business documents are set out in the “Principles for the Proper Keeping and Retention of Books, Records and Documents in Electronic Form and for Data Access” (GoBD).
Accordingly, all documents that are considered business letters or are relevant for tax purposes must meet the requirements for audit-proof archiving.
What does audit-proof archiving mean for my company?
The documents must be traceable, complete, unaltered, fast, structured and archived in an unchangeable manner. And that is just the quintessence of the 36-page GoBD catalog of regulations. The sheer complexity of the requirements can quickly make small and medium-sized companies in particular despair.
But implementation can also entail major costs. Existing systems and established processes usually have to be converted – a time-consuming and costly process. But there is an easier way!
Data compliance: How to archive in an audit-proof manner?
Do you archive your data in accordance with legal requirements? Every country has specific laws around archiving digital business documents. They are mandatory for all companies – regardless of their size or the type of business they operate in.
Violation of these requirements can result in heavy fines of up to €20 million.