Why Less is More

With BioCertica, you can easily personalize the content of your webpage to the needs of your users.

Embed login with BioCertica on your product and or service to give product recommendations to consumers

Faced with thousands of offers daily, the average online shopper is in a permanent paradox of choice, often opting out of the purchase altogether.

Integrate Sign in with BioCertica to hyperpersonalize your offer to each buyer's genetic needs.

Integrating with BioCertica is fast. Integrating with BioCertica is easy Using BioCertica with your clients is secure

It's fast

It's easy

It protects your client

Allow users to register to your page with their existing BioIDs, minimizing onboarding costs.
Install Sign in with BioCertica with one click.
All data exchange is user-driven and consensual.

 

How does it Sign in with BioCertica work?

1. Integrate Sign in with BioCertica

This will create a BioCertica Sign in button on your home page, where BioCertica users will effortlessly sign in to your website using our Single Sign-On technology. This action will automatically share certain predefined information and biological markers with your site on a consent-driven model.

Sign in with BioCertica button

2. Recommend products that are suitable

Consumers don't want more choices, they want to be more confident in the choices they make. With us, we can precisely recommend 5-10 products instead of 100+ products when clients search for nutrition, supplements, or medicine.

Food recipes based on DNA

 

Consumers can easily get personalized recommendations by clicking on Sign in with BioCertica button on your website, app, or service.

This enables the consensual data exchange between the user and your service, easily populating your page with recommendations that fit the user.

Sign in with BioCertica to nutritional, supplemental, and medical recommendations

Hello Christina

Hello đź‘‹ Christina

Based on your body, we think the following nutrition would be a good fit.

 

Nutrition recommended because of DNA