There are some documents in life that mean something to us as humans. Maybe because it represents our achievements or some form of significant value, either monetary or otherwise. It sure does not feel good, when others, through deceit and fraud, enjoy the same privileges without putting in the efforts. Diploma fraud is a serious issue in today’s world where ‘Diploma mills’ (and yes, it’s a real term) manufacture counterfeit diplomas as a business proposition.
Prevent forgery of physical documents using Digital Signatures embedded in QR Codes
Paper based documents are widely used in multiple areas across Government, Education, and other industries for sensitive purposes that involve a certain level of risk. However, to safely manage confidential paper information such as medical and financial records is a challenge. Frauds remain rampant and manual verification of such important documents can often be time consuming.
Last year companies across the globe invested approximately $1.3 trillion on taking the digital route. But tragically, recent studies shows that nearly 70% of these endeavors had missed the mark, causing an accumulated loss of over $900 billion. (Source: Forbes)
emSigner has recently completed another huge integration with Tally, the popular accounting platform for digitally signing invoices. Tally is a market leader in accounting solutions for mid markets and is sold in several countries across the globe. With this much-awaited integration, customers can quickly sign, transfer and check the authenticity as well as integrity of documents generated using Tally platform on the go.
“Secure Digital Diplomas generated using emSigner suite can completely eliminate the menace of fake diplomas and ensure that qualified students reap in the rewards of their hard work,” says Arvind Srinivasan, SVP – Strategic Initiatives and Global Markets, eMudhra, in conversation with Elets News Network (ENN).
Did you know that emSigner is the paperless office solution that is trusted by some of the world’s most prestigious and security-conscious organizations for secure document management? This includes the likes of Amazon, Cisco, IBM, Infosys, TATA, Wipro and many more. Wondering what is the reason for this?