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We are happy to announce our recent investment in Accredible, a world leading digital credentialing platform, based in Mountain View, California. This investment will further accelerate Accredible’s growth and product innovations.

Andrew Lindner

Andrew Lindner


We are delighted to partner with Accredible in their journey to accelerate the immutable trend of digitalization of the credential market…This growth equity investment will enable the company to continue enhancing its line of credential products, offering even more value to their customers while providing an exceptional customer experience for the recipients of credentials

Read more about Accredible by visiting their website and read the full press release here.

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