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Jumio honored with a 2019 BIG Best Places to Work award

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Jumio has been named one of the best places to work in the 2019 BIG Best Places to Work Awards presented by the Business Intelligence Group. The award program identifies organizations dedicated to improving performance by challenging employees in fun and engaging work environments.

The digital identity verification provider was selected for helping employees accelerate their careers, knowledge and performance. Jumio earned this honor through an online survey where employees ranked their overall job satisfaction and company performance.

“This honor is a testament to our company culture built on accountability, integrity, diversity, empowerment and leading innovation,” said Stephen Stuut, CEO of Jumio. “Our continued success will depend on having an engaged and motivated team united in making the internet a safer place.”

“Congratulations to Jumio for building an organization focused on employee engagement and performance,” added Maria Jimenez, chief nominations officer of Business Intelligence Group. “It was clear from analyzing the employee survey data that this is a great place to work and employee feedback is not only listened to but acted upon. Congratulations to the entire team.”

This award follows yesterday’s announcement that Jumio has been named to Fast Company’s annual list of the World’s Most Innovative Companies for 2019.

Earlier this month Jumio launched a combined identity proofing ongoing authentication product for online transactions powered by FaceTec facial biometrics technology. The company also reported that its 2018 customer count grew 60 percent and sales grew 70 percent year-over-year.

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