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JNCTN and Yoti’s strategic partnership to provide a single verified digital identity and credential management solution

JNCTN and Yoti’s strategic partnership to provide a single verified digital identity and credential management solution

Yoti and New Zealand’s credential management platform JNCTN are excited to officially announce our partnership today. This new partnership will bring consumers a verified credential and digital identity solution for the global market. Wayne Stemp, Founder of JNCTN says “Working together will allow both of us to provide integrated identity and credential management solutions for international clients. We see the partnership as eliminating the risks associated with increased fake identities, allowing businesses to be able to instantly identify and verify staff.  This will also give individuals the security needed to protect their identity and credentials from theft.“  This is reinforced by the recent January 2019 McKinsey report on Digital Identification that noted nearly one billion people globally lack a legally recognised form of identification reinforcing that this integrated solution is well overdue.  The partnership will introduce a single integrated solution, offering a digital credential wallet for businesses and individuals alike. The Yoti JNCTN solution will allow the safe and secure issuing, storing, sharing and revoking of credentials, which are matched to a verified personal ID so an individual can prove their identity and qualifications are genuine. Robin Tombs says “Yoti’s digital ID app is transforming the way people prove who they are using their phone. JNCTN’s credential platform is transforming how people prove their qualifications and together we provide a powerful management tool for businesses and the consumer. 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 customers’ requirements.”

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Educating young people about their digital identity with MyMahi

Educating young people about their digital identity with MyMahi

Since day one at Yoti, we have been strong advocates for protecting young people online and helping them understand their digital identity. That’s why we’re excited to announce a new partnership with MyMahi, an online platform that helps young New Zealanders understand the relevance of what they’re learning at school and help them plan ideas for their next steps. The portal is an incredible tool for young people that not only helps them manage their academic learning with timetables, results and daily notifications, but it allows them to discover their true potential by setting goals, self-reflecting and working on their mental wellbeing.  Students can find thousands of tertiary courses and learn how to develop a CV and build a portfolio to show employers they’re ready for the world of work. They’ll also see what opportunities are out there in the wider community and be connected with work experience, volunteering, tertiary course information and open days. We hope this partnership is the beginning of a fruitful journey in which we can connect with more young people and help them understand how to safely navigate the digital world. We’re really excited to join the MyMahi journey and help New Zealand’s young minds be inspired about their (digital) futures. For more information, head to their website mymahi.co.nz.

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