See Every Skill

Our people and technology are driving the adoption of digital credentials, to close the gap between the skills employers need and the skills they can see.

Digital credentials are a universal format for framing, capturing and sharing all CV worthy skills and achievements to meet the key market challenges of skilling, upskilling and reskilling. Helping to ensure that the workforce of today and tomorrow is more inclusive, more confident and more productive.

We got here after the City & Guilds Group set up a dedicated digital credentialing services business in 2016 . The business was formed after two open badge pioneers, Digitalme and Makewaves, were acquired and combined with some forward thinking individuals from City & Guilds.

Together, we are giving individuals the opportunity to grow their careers by allowing them to showcase, prove, manage and share their skills. And in a way that is robust, trusted and secure online. Read more about our journey.

What’s the role of digital credentials?

The Credentialing Experts

We help to deliver outcomes for our customers, not outputs, to ensure they make the most of the benefits credentialing can offer, from helping customers get started, managing and running large programmes, to educating and training within organisations. Meet our team of helpful credentialing experts.

We've worked with over
organisations, to change the way they recognise skills
To make over
skills visible
individuals, build skills accounts, they can share easily

A City & Guild’s Group Business

In 2016, we joined the City & Guilds Group , global leaders in skills development for over 130 years, who work with education providers, employers and governments in over 100 countries across the world. Learn more about the Group and our fellow City & Guilds Group businesses.

Underpinned by leading technology

US Digital credential pioneer Credly - A City & Guilds Group Investment - formed a partnership with Digitalme in 2016 to expand the use of digital credentials in Europe.

Our collaboration further expands Credly’s international operations and enhances the technology underpinning our solutions. As part of this partnership, Credly has built a dedicated European-based data centre, extending its secure, cloud-based credential infrastructure to support Digitalme operations and help organisations based in Europe comply with strict EU data protection regulations, GDPR.

Digitalme is the exclusive reseller of this product, run jointly under the Digitalme.Credly branding. Find out more about digitalme.credly For more information about why thousands of education institutions, industry associations, employers and workforce development programs use Credly to make achievements visible, please visit

Part of a Global Movement

We’ve been here since the very start, playing a key role in the introduction and growth of the Open Badge standard , which is a movement first enabled by the Mozilla foundation, that has united communities and sectors, across borders since 2011.

Today, thousands of organisations worldwide are using the universal Standard, stewarded by IMS global , to issue millions of formal, non-formal and informal credentials. This standard, is fast becoming the interoperable, sharable and verifiable certification format of the 21st Century.

Trusted by organisations like IBM, Microsoft, City & Guilds, ILM and the Association of International Certified Professional Accountants (AICPA) to communicate recognition and achievements fit for the digital age.

What is a Digital Credential?

Find out more here.

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