What is automation of certificates? It refers to a digital copy of a certificate that is issued and can be verified online. Instead of having recruits submit physical copies of their certificates which then needs to be verified subsequently, all this can be done on one platform very quickly. An example of one such platform is Diwala. It is the number one trusted credential and verification platform. Institutions are able to issue authentic and secure digital certificates to their graduates and trainees. Graduates can then easily access and share these certificates with companies. Employers can easily verify these certificates are authentic by looking them up on the Diwala platform.
Picture this scenario, you’re an employee working for the HR department of a large company. Recently, your company decided to recruit new employees to fill vacant positions. Thousands of applicants have submitted their CVs. As part of the recruitment process, you are expected to verify the certificates of the applicants that will be shortlisted for the next step of the process. After going through hundreds of CVs and shortlisting those that qualify, you are expected to contact every single institution of higher learning from which they obtained their certificates to ensure that they are authentic. This is a long and tedious process which can be very easily simplified by the automation of certificates.
The use of digital certificates can take what might have been a week-long process and reduce it to one that might take a couple of hours or even minutes depending on how many certificates need to be verified. This allows the employers to speed up the recruitment process and fill their vacant positions as fast as possible hence boosting company productivity. The beauty of authenticated digital certificates is that they are very difficult to fake. One can easily scan and edit details on a physical certificate with the technology we have available to us these days. However, when using the Diwala platform, one cannot fake a certificate. These certificates are directly issued to graduates and are put in their digital wallets from which they can access them. This wallet can then be accessed remotely from any mobile device or computer as long as one knows their login credentials. Once one has logged into their account, they can quickly share their certificates to other businesses with just the push of a button.
If you are a business looking to hire employees and would like to make the recruitment process less of a challenge, consider going the digital way and using automated certificates. If you’re an institution looking to find ways to issue authentic and secure certificates and hence making your graduates more employable, consider going the digital route as well. They are more accessible and secure than physical certificates and will soon replace them in this digital age.
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