We developed something called ‘PrivySeal’ [to confirm in real-time the authenticity of qualifications, communications, etc.].— Stephen Logan, PrivySeal
Verification refers to the formal confirmation of the accuracy/truth/authenticity of something.
Listen to the interview in the audio below (and/or scroll down for more quotes from it).
It occurred to me there needs to be a way to verify a person’s qualifications.— Stephen Logan, PrivySeal
Estate agents in South Africa must have a ‘PrivySeal’.— Stephen Logan, PrivySeal
We’ve built a digital signature ability.— Stephen Logan, PrivySeal
Consumers need a way to tell whether a person has a qualification.— Stephen Logan, PrivySeal
We’re not yet profitable, but we hope to be first quarter next year.— Stephen Logan, PrivySeal
It costs R15 per year...— Stephen Logan, PrivySeal
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