Yoti featured on Liminal’s list of Companies to Watch in 2023

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Today, Yoti has featured on Liminal’s list of Companies to Watch in 2023. Each year Liminal, a strategy advisory firm serving the digital identity, cybersecurity and fintech markets, recognises ten standout companies with the potential to make significant impact in the coming year. 

Liminal’s research team, led by Travis Jarae, independently chooses all the companies on the list based on how well their products fit the market, their company momentum, and the current state of the ecosystem. Liminal has been tracking emerging trends, technologies, and business leaders in the rapidly evolving ecosystem of digital identity, cybersecurity, and fintech solution providers since 2016. 

Yoti was recognised due to its leading age verification solutions, and the important role these can play in protecting children online and offering easy, privacy-preserving proof of age for adults globally. Yoti is the leading global provider of age assurance, having performed over 570 million checks using its facial age estimation technology across retail, gaming, gambling, dating, social media, live streaming, ecommerce and adult content services.

Travis Jarae, CEO of Liminal said, “The outstanding group of businesses that make up this year’s ‘companies to watch’ list are pioneers in their respective solution segments within Liminal’s Digital Identity Landscape. As strategists, we believe that these businesses provide us with the most insightful information about what the future holds for innovation, strategy, and teamwork.” 

Robin Tombs, CEO of Yoti said, “Given the high esteem of Liminal in the digital identity market, we are delighted to feature on their list of Companies to Watch in 2023. This recognition demonstrates the growing importance of digital identity and the role Yoti’s technologies play in reducing fraud and improving online safety. Our world leading privacy-preserving facial age estimation is helping an increasing number of global brands to create age-appropriate experiences. Last year was a momentous year for us and 2023 is shaping up to be just as big.”

 


 

About Yoti

Yoti is a digital identity technology company that makes it safer for people to prove who they are, verifying identities and trusted credentials online and in-person. They now provide verification solutions across the globe, spanning  identity verification, age verification, document eSigning, access management, and authentication. In the UK, Yoti has partnered with Post Office to accelerate digital identity adoption, with a national footprint spanning 11,500 Post Office branches, online and more. Over 12 million people have downloaded the free Yoti app across the world. It is available in English, Spanish, French, German, Portuguese and Polish. Yoti is certified to ISO/IEC 27001:2013 for ID Verification Services, ISAE 3000 (SOC 2) Type 2 certified for its technical and organisational security processes. For more information, please visit www.yoti.com.

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