Launched in Dublin, Ireland in 2005, Digitary has grown to become digital credential experts and a leading online platform for certifying, sharing, and verifying academic credentials.
The world’s most respected higher education providers use Digitary to eliminate credential fraud, improve service levels, and increase efficiencies.
Learner-centric since the very beginning, Digitary enables millions of learners to access their verified achievements 24/7 and to share them with others, securely, quickly, and easily.
Digitary enables instant verification of records with full Learner consent, maintaining regulatory compliance and eliminating the hassle of manual verification.
It’s no wonder that Digitary is used by organisations in over 135 countries.
With a stellar reputation for successful, scaled programme delivery and consistently excellent service levels, we enjoy exceptional customer relationships and we take pride in the good name we have worked hard to build for more than a decade and a half.
At Digitary, we combine a uniquely knowledgeable and experienced team with the agility and energy of a start-up, and we present in a refreshingly authentic and no-nonsense style.
The fact that our first customers continue to work with us after more than a decade speaks volumes.
Talk to us today about digital badges and microcredentials technology, SSI, digital credentialing, how to certify and issue documents remotely, understand the process to verify academic records and much more.
Where it all started – Ireland & the UK
It all started for Digitary at the University of Limerick (UL), Ireland, in 2005, when we implemented the world’s first learner-centric solution to verify degree certificates, transcripts and European Diploma Supplements.
The positive impact of Digitary was immediate – students and graduates could easily access and share their verified achievements online 24/7, without the University having to get involved in the process. University administrators were able to spend their time on more valuable things than issuing paper transcripts, while employers got immediate degree verification with the full consent of the graduate.
We could say more, but the fact that our very first customers are still with Digitary more than a decade and a half later speaks volumes. Now, most publicly-funded higher education institutions in Ireland happily use Digitary, as do some of the top UK Universities, including University of Cambridge, University of Manchester, and London School of Economics.
Australia New Zealand – the biggest roll-out in our sector
Further afield, Digitary developed Australia’s first digitally signed AHEGS, Testamur (degree certificate), and transcript for the Australian National University (ANU) in 2010.
ANU’s experience with Digitary over the following six years was so positive that it helped cement Digitary’s reputation Down Under.
In 2016, Digitary was chosen over all of its competitors to become the technology platform for My eQuals – a regional platform used by all 47 publicly-funded Universities in Australia and New Zealand.
We’re very proud of this one, too – not only because we were the chosen vendor, but because we delivered the entire programme on-time and within budget, and a positively transformational impact along with it.
Championing digital standards internationally
As one of the first signatories to the Groningen Declaration Network (GDN), the Digitary team continues to invest time and energy to pursue its vision of empowering learners and streamlining digital student mobility.
We have partnered with fellow GDN signatories including CSSD, CollegeNET, PESC, Educational Perspectives, and Educational Credential Evaluators. We continue to contribute our vision and perspective, based on our unique knowledge and experience gained through over 15 years of hard work, to the evolving conversations at the GDN regarding the digital credentialing landscape.