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University degree certificate platform

The TALL Group, a secure paper and electronic payment company, has partnered with TCS iON to launch a digitised university degree certificate platform. It’s to provide e-verification for TALL’s university clients in Africa. The aim; to address the issue of fake or fraudulently altered degree certificates and qualifications.

Using TCS iON’s Digital Records Solution, secure encryption and a portal provide on-demand digital verification processes, issue certificates, and ensure data security and integrity. This enables the universities to manage the end-to-end certificate issuance process, and ensure fraudulent alterations or counterfeit documents are identified and trapped at source, the firms say.

Martin Ruda, Group Managing Director of the TALL Group of Companies, pictured, said: “This announcement further underpins the TALL Group’s investment in our digitised platforms, enabling the organisation’s strengths in data management and security, and the alignment of secure print output with high value, web-based data driven services. This new solution will add further value to our existing services to universities and other awarding bodies in the region.”

And Satya Samantasinghar, Business Development Manager, TCS iON said: “With TALL’s experience and coverage of the African market, backed by our technology, this platform will provide significant opportunities for growth. Our extensive use of these applications in other parts of the world provides background knowledge and valuable insights into the integration of these platforms enabling us to support the digital journey of Universities.”

About TALL Group

The TALL Group, a Queen’s Award for Enterprise winner for international trade, is an authorised technology partner of TCS iON, a strategic unit of Tata Consulting Services (TCS). Visit https://tallgroup.co.uk/certificate-e-verification-platform/.


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