What are digital credentials?
Digital credentials are the digital versions of physical and non-verifiable documents. They are simple to provide and verify; they cannot be lost, stolen or forged like physical forms of identification. Digital credentials are simple to issue, store, track and verify.
What are digital badges, and why are they important?
Badges are digital representations of achievements, skills, knowledge, competencies and other relevant information. Digital badges can be displayed as images and include metadata describing the credential's details. Digital badges are becoming an increasingly popular way to recognise and validate professional skills and knowledge, as well as a way for businesses to attract potential talent.
What is a digital certificate, and how it works?
Smart certificates are paperless documents that can be verified online. They represent real-world achievements like education or the workforce. Smart certificates can be accessed anywhere in the world, helping them to become ideal for today’s global workplace.
How do I send digital credentials?
Sertifier is an all-in-one software for institutions which makes issuing digital credentials easy. With Sertifier you can design and distribute professional-looking credentials to your recipients and store them forever.
Is Sertifier free to use?
Yes, we offer a Free Plan with 20 recipients per year. If you need to, you can always upgrade your plan.
What is “Recipient”? How many credentials can I issue per recipient?
Recipient is each unique person you send credentials to. You can send unlimited credentials for each recipient on your account. We count unique email addresses you add to your account for each recipient.
How can I verify digital credentials?
Each digital create you create using Sertifier has its own unique ID and QR code that can be verified via verified.sertifier.com.
How much does a digital certificate cost?
Sertifier's digital certificate platform offers a free plan for up to 20 recipients with unlimited digital certificates and badges. Contact us for a custom quote or pricing options if you need more.
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