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Valid is a leading solution provider for payment methods, identification systems, digital certification and telecommunication.
Its customers are from virtually every production sector, such as Government, Industry, Security, Consumer Goods, Retail, Telecommunication, Transport and Logistics, Agribusiness, Healthcare and Entertainment companies and Financial segment.
The main Valid differential is its ability to reinvent itself and provide its customers products, solutions and services with the expertise and excellence of a company that is over 5 decades in the market, helping its customers to achieve relevance in their businesses.
Mobile signer, secure documents identification, customization management, traceability, quality of M2M services and devices, solution of SIM cards issuing and lifespan management, inventory management and logistics, registration and access control, SIM cards management, materials identification, digital certification, etc.
In Telecommunications, Valid stands out for providing solutions from SIM Card manufacturing and customization, to platforms and technologies that allow remote management of mobile devices, embedded applications, products and solutions applied to IoT, such as M2M and Subscription Management, and even sophisticated mobile payment systems using technologies such as TSM, HCE, SEiTC and NFC.
Valid has four business units: payment methods, identification systems, digital certification and telecommunication.
It’s a technology that ensures identification and authenticity of an individual, legal entity, application (system, network, software) or equipment in the digital environment.
Known as RFID (“Radio Frequency Identification”), it’s an automated identification method that recovers and stores data remotely, using tags. These tags allow identification of the object to which they apply, since they contain information such as origin, destination, manufacture date, and others, according to the set out rules. The writing and reading of this information on tags are made by devices (writers/readers) through radiofrequency signals that Exchange data with computers systems.
High security papers, plastic cards, PVC, polycarbonate and Teslin (synthetic paper). Printing is made in special laser equipment, engraving, Termotransfer for PVC, by impact and digital offset.
Smart Cards are cards that have as main feature and integrated chip attached to the card body, which has components for transmission, storing and processing of data. Data can be transmitted through electrical contacts placed on the card surface or through magnetic fields, for contactless cards.
Smart Cards are regulated by ISO/IEC 7816 ISO/IEC 14443. These standards jointly address contact and contactless transactions. Currently, EMVco is responsible for normalization, interoperability and acceptance of this type of transaction.
It’s an identification method that consists of collection, storing and analyzing biometric features, such as fingerprints, iris, faces, etc. of individuals, using reading devices (scanners, cameras, etc.) and sophisticated computational systems, ensuring authenticity. Biometric identification is used in simple systems, such as access control in turnstiles and high accuracy systems, such as criminal identification ones (AFIS = Advanced Fingerprint Identification System).
Turning physical documents (invoices and bank statements) into electronic documents.
Products traceability takes into account the need to know the origin, rout and position and/or destination of products, according to relevant business rules applied to them. In order to obtain this information, marking technologies are used (1D and 2D bar codes, RFID tags, QR Codes, Datamatrix, etc.) in products tracked, along with systems to read and analyze the information stored in this codes. In certain situations, it is possible to use technologies that, in addition to tracking, ensure full product authenticity, such as forensic markers that are incorporated to the product and can only be detected through laboratory analysis.
QRCODE or Quick Response Code is a bidimensional bar code that can be used for quick identification of materials or information. It was designed due to the automobile industry need to label pieces and quickly identify them. Over time its use was extended to other applications, from inventory control and logistics, to mobile payment methods that use mobile phones cameras to capture transactions information. It can also be used associated to cryptograms and digital signature, in order to ensure secrecy and non-repudiation of information.
It is an electronic signature, legally certified and used to validate any electronic file that has been signed using digital certification.
It’s a print circuit smart card type, used to identify, control and store data of GSM (Global System for Mobile Communications) technology mobile phone. It usually stores data such as member information, schedule, preferences (settings), services hired, texting and other information.