A FULLY DIGITIZED MARKETPLACE APPROACH TO SIMPLIFYING YOUR GLOBAL PRODUCT CERTIFICATIONS

COMPETITIVE MARKETPLACE FOR CERTIFICATIONS

A Zero-Cost Solution That Offers No User Costs and No Hidden Fees

Global Validity developed a patent-pending, automated, end-to-end certification management platform and integrated service provider marketplace. It was designed to enable global electronic manufacturers and country certification providers to work together, significantly improving the certification process and time to market. 

AccessManager was designed by industry experts and IT specialists using the latest technologies coupled with a unique understanding of legacy inefficiencies as well as the inherent risks associated with global product certification.

A highly disruptive marketplace allows product manufacturers to directly connect to a previously hidden certification eco-system of testing laboratories and technical suppliers in over 200 countries and territories.

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LESS WORK, FASTER RESULTS
Global Product Certifications Are Now Easier To Manage

Whether you choose to manage your certifications in-house or need our professional services, we offer end-to-end product certification management.

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DO IT YOURSELF

Manage Projects Directly with Country Certification Suppliers

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PROFESSIONAL SERVICES

Our Industry Experts Will Obtain Country Certifications for You

Collaboratively Manage Projects With Selected Suppliers And Co-Workers

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Global Wireless Certification

We set out to transform the Global Wireless Certification industry by connecting device manufactures and country certification service providers through a revolutionary digital market platform.

Our innovative approach has streamlined the global certification process saving the wireless device industry millions of dollars annually which may now be re-directed back to core development efforts.

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