The Learning Machine Federated Issuing System powers the design, usage, and administration of multiple issuing workspaces across your entire organization.
- Multiple, Feature-Rich Issuing Accounts
- Digital Credentials
- Photo IDs (coming soon)
- Transcripts (coming soon)
- Database integration
- Design services
- Verification pages
- See activity across accounts
- Analytics dashboard
- User directory
- Provision new accounts
- Account-level permissions
- Public Key Registry
- Other Benefits
- Option to host in your geographic region
- Security, compliance, billing, and integration in one place
- Dedicated account and customer success agents
Leading the way in enterprise security
In addition to data encryption in transit and at rest, we operate comprehensive compliance and assurance programs.
Frequently Asked Questions
What types of institutions benefit most from licensing the Federated Issuing System?
The Federated Issuing System is best suited for large institutions (like governments, corporations, and school systems) that need to oversee credentialing activity across multiple organizations.
What is the main advantage of the Federated Issuing System?
The Federated Issuing System provides institutions whose credentialing activity has been fragmented and siloed the insight into credentialing trends, data, and activity across their entire organization over time. This allows the FIS to serve as a decision-making and workforce development tool.
Can each of our issuing organizations have custom branding on their accounts and issued records?
Yes. Every organization can operate with freedom. The template designer allows them to brand their records however they see fit.
We want to learn more before making a commitment. Do you provide consulting?
Yes. Contact us so we can discuss your needs. Workshops may be half day, full day, or multi-day sessions to educate and build consensus across your organization.
“It’s self-sovereign, trustworthy, transparent, and impossible to destroy because it’s not simply stored on a database in some government building.”
Minister for Education & Employment