The implementation of the cDiploma system is another step towards digitisation of universities and educational and training institutions. The system makes it possible to improve substantially the operation of these institutions in the fields of:
Using advanced cryptographic methods, the system secures the authenticity of diplomas and prevents unauthorised people from using them. It is an easy solution to implement, thanks to the possibility of integration with any deanery system.
A significant improvement in the process of authenticating diplomas and documents has an impact on other activities of educational organisations and companies.
Printed and traditional correspondence between universities and colleges is being replaced by a modernised process requiring only a smartphone and a free app.
Without making sensitive data available, the system allows a quick verification of application documents (also in the form of scans and printouts).
The possibility of communicating with and tracking the career paths of university graduates facilitates the preparation of required reports and the adaptation of the offer to the labour market.
The new marketing communication tool for universities allows for easy and quick contact with system users (e.g. push notifications).
Mobile access to data and ability to verify documents instantly.
Possibility of integration with any deanery system, LMS, Microsoft Office.
Access to aggregated information and possibility to analyse competence profiles and track career progression of graduates.
Reduction in expenditure on protecting university's intellectual property and prevention of counterfeiting.
The introduction of technology does not require any time or changes to existing procedures and regulations.
The cryptographic algorithms used and the system design guarantee its effectiveness and use for up to 20 years.
Counterfeiting is no longer exclusive to branded and luxury products and the scale of the problem is growing.
from UK universities were issued by non-existent institutions or had falsified data
use a falsified diploma or certificate to prove their education or skills
on the basis of which the relevant authorisations and titles were granted, passed through the Uniform Anti-Plagiarism System in 2019