Ipsidy has shared more good news in the wake of its strong 2018 year-end report. The company has announced that it has forged a new partnership with REMCAP, allowing Ipsidy to deliver its Access perimeter management solution to religious institutions and non-profit organizations across the United States.
REMCAP provides payment and support services for non-profit organizations, while Ipsidy’s Access is an out-of-the-box security platform that allows users to monitor building entry with tablets and mobile devices instead of expensive security cameras and other hardware. With the Access Concierge app, organizations can track guests and employees and grant entry using QR Codes. They can also biometrically verify identities with facial recognition technology.
“Access can be tailored to meet each organization’s needs and religious observances,” said REMCAP Managing Member Bruce Gold, emphasizing the benefits for organizations that run programs for young children. “Nursery schools, Hebrew schools and camps can use Access to know with biometric certainty who can pick up each child and maintain an audit record of who did pick them up.”
Ipsidy recently announced the launch of Proof and solidified its Verified arrangement with Safetrade Africa. The REMCAP partnership continues the company’s promising start to 2019 and demonstrates the versatility of its Identity as a Service portfolio.
“In these uncertain times, religious organizations of all denominations, as well as schools and community centers, need to be able to trust who is coming into their facilities and identity is the essence of trust,” said Ipsidy CEO Philip Beck.
March 13, 2019 – by Eric Weiss