Naylor Association Solutions Integrates with Credly to Offer Digital Credentialing Solution

February 16, 2018

Naylor Association Solutions has partnered with Credly to deliver an end-to-end solution for issuing, managing and tracking digital credentials in Naylor’s Career Center solution.

A digital credential service provider, Credly helps organizations officially verify their members’ skills and competencies, distribute portable and secure digital credentials and open badges, as well as gain actionable data and insights.

The company’s solution offers power and scalability to global organizations, innovative education and training providers, as well as assessment publishers and professional associations looking to modernize their credentialing operations and recognition programs.

“Integrating Credly with Naylor’s career center solutions helps associations attract and engage members while empowering their professional growth,” said Jonathan Finkelstein, founder and CEO of Credly.

He continued, “In today’s increasingly competitive and connected job market, digital credentials serve as tangible and verifiable recognition of skills and abilities that help members stand out and better connect to opportunities.”

Naylor helps associations improve member engagement and revenue generation through its comprehensive set of solutions that include member communications, event management, career centers, online learning, AMS and association management services, according to Naylor officials.

Through a one-click integration with the Credly application through the Naylor Marketplace, an association can instantly connect Credly with its career center, an integration that allows members to be recognized for their earned credentials in their job seeker profiles while enabling employers to more easily find candidates with sought-after credentials.

“Providing association members with opportunities for career advancement goes beyond operating a standalone job board,” said Tom Aley, Naylor group vice president for software solutions.

He added, “Associations need to arm members with tools to increase their marketability. Credly does just that by recognizing members’ professional achievements and their commitment to their profession.”

Learn more about Naylor’s app integrations for career centers and association management software HERE.

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