iProov is putting together a Global Partner Program to try to find and exploit new opportunities in the identity space. The Program will make technical expertise and financial resources available to current and future iProov partners, and is expected to help drive revenues for everyone involved.
As it stands, iProov’s partner network extends across the US, Europe, Latin America, and the Asia Pacific region, and includes system integrators and technology developers in addition to those offering identity solutions. iProov itself is best known for its face-based liveness detection technology, which ensures that the proper user is physically present during a remote onboarding or authentication process.
The partners in the Program will receive access to product information and marketing materials through the iProov Partner Enablement Platform, as well as training and biometric expertise to make sure that everyone is familiar with the ins and outs of iProov’s solution. Those materials will boost joint sales efforts, and ensure that iProov and its partners can capitalize on opportunities when they do emerge. iProov will also give its partners access to account teams, and free up funds for market development.
“Organizations across the globe partner with iProov for our proven face verification technology and for the benefits we bring,” said iProov Global Partnership Strategy VP Rob Percy. “We are committing extensive resources to growing our global partner ecosystem, and participating partners will benefit from a greater competitive edge that will accelerate growth and maximize opportunities.”
iProov recently patented new document verification technology, while its strong growth in the past few years helped the company secure a spot on the latest iteration of the Financial Times’ annual FT1000 list of Europe’s fastest-growing companies. The company raised $70 million in venture capital earlier in the year, though iProov is also facing a patent infringement lawsuit from FaceTec that stems from the company’s use of FaceTec’s Spoof Bounty Program.
(Originally posted on FindBiometrics)