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iiDENTIFii cracks nod for JSE Enterprise Acceleration Programme
Remote biometric digital facial authentication and automated onboarding technology start-up iiDENTIFii has secured a coveted spot in the JSE Enterprise Acceleration Programme. The company will benefit from specialised local and international mentors offering expert coaching through structured group sessions, master classes and webinars.
This prestigious programme is open to founder-led, entrepreneurial companies with an annual turnover of R20-million that are looking to scale up through growing market share, accessing funding and improving their competitiveness. Businesses also need to be operational for two years.
iiDENTIFii is one of only 12 highly innovative businesses handpicked for the JSE programme.
Lance Fanaroff, Co-Founder and Chief Strategy Officer, says iiDENTIFii’s solution is designed to provide a seamless experience for customer-focused organisations that are required to biometrically authenticate and on-board customers.
“We are incredibly proud to be recognised for delivering excellence in the fight against identity fraud,” he said in a media statement. “We look forward to participating in the JSE Enterprise Acceleration Programme and improving the ways in which we provide customers with the digital edge to stay ahead.”
This achievement conitinues on from a successful 2021 when the company was named as the Independent Software Vendor (ISV) Partner of the Year in the Microsoft Partner of the Year 2021 Awards. It also won the best enterprise solution at 2021 MTN App of the Year Awards.
“The JSE’s objective is to enable medium-sized companies to leapfrog and propel themselves to being large enterprises,” explains the JSE Director of Marketing and Corporate Affairs, Vuyo Lee. “The programme avails resources to shorten the timespan for transition whilst driving growth and supports the country’s post-Covid-19 recovery plan.”
The company hopes to expand its service offering and customer base which already includes ABSA, Standard Bank and Investec.