Daxtium is a fast-growing & innovative company that uses various data destruction methods to cater for a wide range of materials. Daxtium is the subsidiary of MM Century, a member of National Association For Information Destruction (NAID) . NAID has a network of more than 950 AAA Certified locations operating in 5 continents. Dozens of government agencies accept NAID AAA Certification to destroy their discarded sensitive media
Prevent unauthorised access of key results documents
A solution that is compliant with multiple environmental, health, and safety regulations and to align the trust of multiple stakeholders.
The client reached out to us with a use case to prevent unauthorised tampering of their environmental results. Importantly, the results are critical in terms of multiple health and safety regulations. Keeping this in mind, the client requires proofeasy secure technology to prevent manipulation of key results leading to increased trust among multiple stakeholders.
We came up with the following solution to tackle Daxtium’s challenges
Secure way to administer, verify and validate all the documents with global security and safe transfer between parties.
Automatic QR code generation that could be placed anywhere on the document thus, eliminating document duplicity.
Unalterable QR code due to the presence of a unique encrypted hashing.
Decentralized Blockchain technology, being an independent and trusted source of verification, is used to verify documents across the chain, which can be easily verified by anyone using a QR scanner app.
Zero paperwork involved to reduce unnecessary paper trails, ensuring compliance with environmental regulations.
Reduction in document tampering and forged documents.
Increase in traceability as the certification is accredited with unique QR code and identifier.
Increase in trust and credibility since the results are protected by blockchain technology to prevent unauthorised manipulation.
Multi-level verification using patented VeriDoc Global Technology increases the transparency of the activities captured during the certification process. This includes visual inspection and verifying the document details on blockchain.