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Trulioo rides digital identity verification success onto Canada’s 100 fastest-growing companies list

Trulioo rides digital identity verification success onto Canada’s 100 fastest-growing companies list
 

The rapid growth of Trulioo’s digital identity and biometrics business has led to it being declared among the top hundred fastest-growing businesses in Canada by Canadian national newspaper The Globe and Mail.

The paper’s 2020 Report on Business features a list of the country’s 400 growing companies based on three-year revenue growth. Trulioo came in at number 97.

“We are thrilled to be recognized by The Globe and Mail as one of the top 100 businesses that are driving positive change in Canada,” commented Steve Munford, CEO of Trulioo.

Headquartered in Vancouver, and employing 150 people, Trulioo was named in the report for an overall growth of 503 percent.

“This has been an outstanding year for us at Trulioo,” Munford added. “Our continued growth reflects the incredible work our dedicated team is doing to help accelerate digital transformation for our global clients, especially during these extraordinary times when trust online is so critical to success.”

Trulioo provides ID document and selfie biometric checks among its regtech offerings, as well as fraud and identity intelligence for a holistic approach to digital identity verification. Trulioo’s marketplace offers a variety of identity solutions, including identity verification tools, ID document verification, and business certification.

The company’s identity marketplace comprises over 400 trusted data sources and counts big investor names such as Goldman Sachs, American Express, and Santander.

According to the company, over 5 billion people and 330 million companies in more than 195 countries can be identified by Trullioo’s platform.

Sectors utilizing the marketplace are mainly finance, banking, eCommerce, gaming, and other online marketplaces.

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