The document authentication code is to create a mathematical algorithm that encodes twelve characters as a means of authentication, such as a word that is indescribable visual medium, which will become the authentication code to validate the document.
The authentication code is used as a means of security for documents they need at some stage be validated by the person or agency that issued it. Therefore, it should be confidential and restricted information from the use of it.
This code is decoded using a lens designed to decrypt and read the encoded. This process is known as Lenticular decoding.
Step 1: You have coded document
Step 2: Place the decoding lens on the document code
Step 3: There is decoded code
There are two ways of applying the method:
1. We as a company designed the format that you need to insert the authentication code, giving the facility of being able to modify at your convenience. This method involves the sale of software license reporting and use of the code and document design and training for use and printing.
2. We offer software sales report and the license to use the code for the free design of your documents, implementing the code at their convenience, can use their own database for use to encode.
Suggestions for use:
- checks: Can be used on checks, which is inserted as a SHCP authentication code to validate that was issued by the Secretary.
- Slips: We suggest using this method to encode both the amount paid to the employee, as the code of the sender to be authenticated.
- Contracts: Contracts shall be inserted the code as: folio, with the initials of the legal representative, with significant quantities, dimensional logos, page numbers, issuing agency, and so on.
- Upon receipt of payments can be used to encode both the amount payable to the supplier, as the code of the sender to be authenticated.
- General Documents: You can use the code apply to all documents issued by the agency in order to recognize the authentication of the issuance of these.
Some other applications:
Policies, guarantees, bills of exchange, promissory notes, certificates, invoices, Referrals, Diplomas, Etc.