South African tech company iiDENTIFii has achieved Microsoft global Co-Sell status
Built on Microsoft Azure Cloud, the iiDENTIFii platform, which authenticates in under 30 seconds, has the highest standards of security and data protection. This new status underpins iiDENTIFii’s role not only as a key customer, but also a significant partner to Microsoft worldwide as it encourages innovation and industry winning solutions like this one.
“As part of Microsoft’s ecosystem through the co-sell partnership, our cloud technology solution will be available to more customers in the region and beyond, which is an incredible opportunity and value-add for a proven company such as iiDENTIFii, as well as for Microsoft and their respective clients globally,” said Lance Fanaroff, chief strategy officer, iiDENTIFii.
He said that by being a preferred solution of Microsoft it endorses the company’s quality, performance, and ability to address customer needs in the financial services industry as well as other key vertical sectors including telco, healthcare, government, transport, retail and insurance, which holds much promise: “Importantly, it means that Microsoft and its partners are actively incentivised to sell and promote our solution to customers, which is significant and also very exciting for us.”
Other benefits for iiDENTIFii include increased time to market, broader reach and the possibility of additional collaborative partnerships across the Microsoft ecosystem. “Customers will also benefit from our access to Microsoft’s local and global network of data centres, and can be assured of zero data sovereignty concerns or privacy compliance issues. The partnership means that there will be increased flexibility and control, while also ensuring access to best-of-breed solutions that integrate with Microsoft,” added Fanaroff.
“Microsoft is looking to play a significant role in digital transformation, and as a result, are looking at gaining market share through investment and collaboration with a select group of vital digitally-based technologies. We are glad to be working with Microsoft again and look forward to developing a successful digital biometric authentication platform within its ecosystem and assist in growing and developing at this exciting and opportune time.”