SaveTheProof WebTrack Service

Automatización WebTrack en SaveTheProof

Automate Your Certifications


You won't have to worry about certifying the content of a specific website at a certain time and date... with SaveTheProof, you can automate it!

Streamline your certifications; avoid delays, save time, and always with legal validity while reducing costs.

We offer you the WebTrack monitoring service with a Flat Rate starting from €99.95/month, no commitment, including:

- UNLIMITED SESSION, WEB, and FILE CERTIFICATES
- BATCH CERTIFICATION OF WEBS
- 5GB OF STORAGE.

Contact us, let us know what you need, and we'll send you a personalized proposal.

More than 2.000 clients trust us with over 150.000 certificates issued.
Certificates with advanced digital signature and qualified timestamp in accordance with the European eIDAS regulation. Our partners:
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Flat Rates >

  • Flat Rate Mini

  • 24.95month (VAT inc)

  • 5
    Browsing Session Certificates
  • UNLIMITED
    Website Certificates
  • UNLIMITED
    File Certificates
  • Batch Website Certificates
  • Websites Tracking (WebTrack)
  • API Access
  • 5GB
    Certificates Storage
  • Flat Rate

  • 99.95month (VAT inc)

  • UNLIMITED
    Browsing Session Certificates
  • UNLIMITED
    Website Certificates
  • UNLIMITED
    File Certificates
  • Batch Website Certificates
  • Websites Tracking (WebTrack)
  • API Access
  • 5GB
    Certificates Storage
  • Flat Rate + API

  • 249.00month (VAT inc)

  • UNLIMITED
    Browsing Session Certificates
  • UNLIMITED
    Website Certificates
  • UNLIMITED
    File Certificates
  • Batch Website Certificates
  • Websites Tracking (WebTrack)
  • API Access
  • 10GB
    Certificates Storage
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