ClassifID: Secure communication for businesses to customers @ CES 2024 - Show Notes

ClassifID: Secure communication for businesses to customers @ CES 2024

Tuesday Jun 11, 2024 (00:11:10)


The Secure document management app ClassifID offers a unique and innovative solution for businesses to communicate with customers. It is personalized, secure, eco-friendly, efficient, and effective. ClassifID was developed with the privacy of customers in mind, using peer-to-peer technology to minimize data storage in the cloud. This not only reduces the environmental footprint but also enhances cybersecurity by eliminating a central database vulnerable to attacks.

Personalized, secure, eco-friendly, efficient, effective

The system operates by directly transferring data from person to person, with a server facilitating communications but no data storage in the cloud. This approach ensures end-to-end encryption and high levels of security, making it ideal for B2B use cases where data exchange needs to be secure and confidential.

One of the main features of ClassifID is the use of dynamic QR codes to connect businesses with their clients. This personalized communication channel allows businesses to send notifications to clients about specials, news, or other information directly to their phones. By creating a private RSS feed over a VPN, businesses can engage with clients in a more personal and targeted way, increasing customer engagement and loyalty.

The effectiveness of ClassifID is demonstrated in the success stories of early adopters in France, particularly in the restaurant industry. By sending personalized messages to customers, restaurants have seen a significant increase in business, with some reporting up to a 50% increase in foot traffic. This personalized approach to customer communication not only drives sales but also fosters a stronger connection between businesses and their clients.

Secure document management app ClassifID

One of the key features of ClassifID is its dynamic document management system. Users can opt-in to receive specific documents from businesses by scanning a QR code. These documents are then stored in the user's vault and can be updated remotely by the businesses. This allows users to receive notifications about special offers, updates, or news from the businesses they are interested in. If a user no longer wants to receive a particular document, they can simply delete it from their vault.

The app also addresses the issue of email overload and unsubscribe struggles that many people face with newsletters. With ClassifID, users only receive the latest version of a document, eliminating the need to sift through multiple emails or search for unsubscribe links. This streamlined approach to document management ensures that users only see the most relevant and up-to-date information on their phones.

Furthermore, ClassifID offers synchronization across all devices, including phones, tablets, and computers. This means that any document added to the app on one device will automatically appear on all other synced devices. This makes it easy for users to access their documents from anywhere and ensures seamless communication between devices.

In addition, ClassifID is eco-friendly as it allows users to exchange high-quality photos and documents without reducing their quality. This can be particularly useful for professionals such as reporters or photographers who need to share large files quickly and efficiently.

Conclusion: A safe, secure, and easy way to communicate with customers

Overall, ClassifID exemplifies the qualities of being personalized, secure, eco-friendly, efficient, and effective. By leveraging peer-to-peer technology and innovative communication strategies, businesses can enhance their customer engagement, improve data security, and reduce their environmental impact. This combination of features makes ClassifID a valuable tool for businesses looking to connect with their clients in a more personalized and secure way.

Interview by Christopher Jordan of The Talking Sound.

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Scott Ertz

Episode Author

Scott is a developer who has worked on projects of varying sizes, including all of the PLUGHITZ Corporation properties. He is also known in the gaming world for his time supporting the rhythm game community, through DDRLover and hosting tournaments throughout the Tampa Bay Area. Currently, when he is not working on software projects or hosting F5 Live: Refreshing Technology, Scott can often be found returning to his high school days working with the Foundation for Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology (FIRST), mentoring teams and helping with ROBOTICON Tampa Bay. He has also helped found a student software learning group, the ASCII Warriors, currently housed at AMRoC Fab Lab.

Christopher Jordan

Network Host

Chris's background is in live event production, focusing on the technical aspect. This brought Chris into the podcasting space with his Talking Sound Podcast. He's been involved with the Tech Podcast Network's CES broadcast since 2020, serving as both a host and producer. He is also the host of a non-production related show called Curious Realm when he and his guests dive into some of the stranger and unexplainable aspects of the universe.


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