Yoti is continuing to solidify its presence in New Zealand. The company has officially announced that it will be working with JNCTN to develop a new digital credential wallet for businesses and their employees.
JNCTN is a New Zealand-based credential management specialist that makes it easier to verify and share professional qualifications. The new partnership will allow the company to leverage Yoti’s digital identity technology to enable businesses to securely issue and revoke digital credentials, while the employees themselves will be able to store and share their credentials on their mobile phones. Those credentials will be linked to a verified ID to ensure that each individual does indeed have the qualifications associated with their documents.
“Working together will allow both of us to provide integrated identity and credential management solutions for international clients,” said JNCTN Founder Wayne Stemp. “We see the partnership as eliminating the risks associated with increased fake identities, allowing businesses to instantly verify staff.”
“This partnership is a strategic global market move, giving both companies the ability to provide a single solution that can be rapidly deployed and configured to meet customer requirements,” added Yoti’s Robin Tombs.
The news comes shortly after Yoti teamed with New Zealand’s MyMahi platform to educate young adults about the benefits of digital identity. Yoti has also provided credential sharing systems for Volunteer Edinburgh and NHS England in the past few months.