Our secure digital credentials storage facility can help keep a single chronology and encrypted copies of all incoming credentials received whether manually or via emails.
Most institutions don’t re-receive credentials, generally because the original paper credential cannot be reprinted; or a certified electronic copy was not securely stored.
Our service is here to help you keep a copy of all incoming credentials you receive to students, learners, members and employees. Our secure digital credentials storage facility can maintain single chronology and encrypted copies of all incoming credentials you receive – whether you received paper copies manually or electronic copies via email.
This service is part of our digital records management strategy for credentials receivers which is just a digital representation of the current manual practices where all incoming correspondence are filed and archived.
In an electronic file room, received credentials are either scanned and stored after receiving or emailed and stored. These digital credentials are stored in a secure electronic repository with a similar tab structure as a traditional paper fileroom.
Securely store different types of credentials that you receive – certificates, statement of results, transcripts, admission letters, and from over 50 different types already structured on our registry