iDenfy has expanded its portfolio of partners through a new collaboration with inHouse Pay, an Electronic Money Institution (EMI) that is the first licensed e-money institution in Estonia.
As part of the collaboration, iDenfy will be providing identity verification for inHouse Pay, which is going to boost its offering in the Baltic region.
iDenfy CEO, Domantas Ciulde, commented: “It is an honour to announce our new partnership with inHouse Pay. Our priority has always been providing security and peace of mind for online consumers. We look forward to bringing our expertise to inHouse Pay’s clients and continuing to make the digital world a safer, more secure place.”
This service accesses a users’ payment account to initiate the transfer of funds on their behalf with the user’s consent. Therefore, inHouse Pay solutions allow their customers to pay for goods and services without a hassle.
In mapping out its foremost priorities, inHouse underlined Data security, speed, and precision as being key to the offering of its clients.
Furthermore, the link also underlined that iDenfy has become a seamless extension of inHouse, as the firm continues to grow its offering.