Universities and educational institutions are offering more and more courses, registrations and online exams. So why are diplomas and transcripts still paper-based? Existing reproduction tools enable high quality counterfeiting with little skills, thus increasing the circulation of credible counterfeit documents.
CertifiO and ConsignO can generate authentic digitally signed diplomas and transcripts that allow universities and educational institutions to be at the forefront and eradicate the spread of false documents.
Issuing transcripts and diplomas electronically enables institutions of all sizes to go paperless. Several universities in the world are already enjoying the benefits of this solution that brings speed, cost savings and reliability to the process.
Digital signatures confirm the origin of the diploma and the integrity of its content. In short, it is an authentic diploma in electronic format. The reader can trust that the diploma originates from the issuing university and that the information contained therein is truthful and unaltered.
The production of diplomas and transcripts digitally signed with CertifiO enables other universities and employers to quickly verify the authenticity of your document. For your organization, this results in shorter delays, reduced production costs and a higher level of document reliability.
When the volume of diplomas and transcripts to sign is more significant, ConsignO Desktop can sign documents in small batches. For higher volumes, ConsignO Server Automation allows your existing applications to digitally sign your documents. These simple, economical and environmentally-friendly solutions enable your organization to be at the forefront while reducing delays and costs.
The trusted digital signature CertifiO for Organizations confirms the identity of the issuer at the precise time of signing, and ensures that the document has not been modified or altered thereafter. When used with ConsignO Desktop or in fully automated mode, the solution produces or converts documents that conform to PDF/A standard, ensuring that they can be read and validated in several decades.