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Benefits

TrustEd
TrustED has derived a strategically planned and technologically equipped environment and extending it into the academic credential management industry will deliver several significant benefits to all parties involved in the ecosyste

Benefits to Academic Institutions

  • Increased Security and StorageIncreased Security and Storage

    The TrustED platform will present a secured ecosystem that will facilitate and enable academic institutions the ability to safely store credentials and certificates cryptographically through the use of the IPFS storage mechanism. Institutions will procure benefits, as this distributed ledger mechanism is immune from any scope of security attacks or system downtime.

  • Reduced Overhead CostsReduced Overhead Costs

    Utilizing a digital autonomous platform, academic institutions will have reduced overhead costs via minimizing the corresponding administrative costs associated with employer queries, or centralized database maintenance fees.

  • Protected BrandProtected Brand

    Institutions can protect their brand as they are now assured no one is falsely claiming to have attended or received academic credentials from their institutions.

  • Minimized Risk of Losing CredentialsMinimized Risk of Losing Credentials

    The platform will ensure the permanency of academic credentials, minimizing any risks associated with misplacing or losing the credentials due to external or human errors during the manual handling process.

  • Verifying CredentialsVerifying Credentials

    Institutions will have the ability to verify the academic credentials of students coming in from abroad, or from academic institutions that are no longer contactable (Specifically targeted for International Students studying abroad)

  • Environmental SustainabilityEnvironmental Sustainability

    Through the digital platform, there is now no need for the re-printing of certificates/diplomas.

  • Increased Revenue StreamIncreased Revenue Stream

    Institutions will have the ability to charge for academic credential verification checks, creating an additional revenue stream

Benefits to Students

Benefits to Students

  • Document PortabilityDocument Portability

    Students will now have 24/7 access to a digital copy of their academic credentials, reducing any risk associated with losing a paper copy.

  • Permanency of RecordsPermanency of Records

    The TrustED platform will ensure that the academic credentials of the recipients will permanently be intact and in immutable form. This will minimize any risks associated with losing your credentials in the future.

  • Ease of AccessEase of Access

    In the instance individuals need to share their academic credentials in an immediate circumstance they will be able to do so via the TrustED application. This is particularly useful in the instance an employee needs to share their academic qualifications with their employer, or a student moves to study abroad and needs to provide their current academic credentials.

  • Increased control and securityIncreased control and security

    With the academic credentials being stored through IPFS it will utilize cryptographic encryption mechanisms, ensuring the individual maintains full control over who can view and access their credentials.

Benefits to Employers and  Verifying Parties

Benefits to Employers and Verifying Parties

  • LegitimacyLegitimacy

    Employers and other verifying parties are assured that the academic credentials of individuals are legitimate and have not been tampered or altered with in any way.

  • Improved Processes and EfficiencyImproved Processes and Efficiency

    Employers for example will now have the ability to instantly verify and access the academic credentials of an employee or employee candidate.

  • Reduced Costs and Time ConstraintsReduced Costs and Time Constraints

    Through the ability to instantly verify and access the academic credentials of an individual, employers and verifying parties will now reduce costs and time delays that are associated with the current verification method.

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