A Yorkshire company that has developed a method of combatting identity fraud, launched its new website today.
Veri-fy Identity Ltd, a Yorkshire Internet start-up launched its new website today. The company has developed a system that integrates with the post office to enable companies to have access to face-to-face identity checks, conducted at the Post Office counter. The system has won approval from the conveyancing industry, OFSTED and institutions that have to perform CRB checks before allowing an individual to take responsibility for children.
The new website, which was designed by digital logistics company, eleventeenth who also provide the underlying technology for Veri-fy's system, is designed to make the service more approachable and understandable to potential clients. It goes live at the same time as enhancements to the Veri-fy service that enable individuals and companies tomake use of the service without having to have an account.
Alan Benstock, founder of Veri-fy said, "We're very excited about the launch of the new site. It replaces a site that was put in place as a matter of expediency when the service was launched. The new site is much more friendly, and we hope it will help potential clients and end users alike understand the services we offer far better. eleventeenth did a great job of designing the site and building it to a demanding deadline."
Veri-fy Identity Ltd is a provider of face-to-face identity verification services.
eleventeenth is a Yorkshire based Internet application developer that provides enterprise solutions using its Digital Logistics Manager application platform. The company was founded in 1999, and has a range of blue chip corporate clients such as Coca Cola Enterprises, Electronic Arts, Nintendo and the West Yorkshire Police, but also works with Internet start-ups like Veri-fy, FuelMyBlog and MyVector and Charities such as PiggyBank Kids.