Daon to provide service in Australia

Yesterday, Daon announced that is has been tabbed identity platform provider for trusted enrollment services for a major customer in Australia.

Daon, which provides identity assurance software and services, employs an identity management system that offers a centralized platform and client biometric infrastructure for a variety of uses including employee credentialing, government benefits programs, border management, and immigration control.

“The marketplace is now keenly aware of the flexibility and security offered by proven COTS products for enrolment services, said Daon CEO Tom Grissen. “We take pride that the Daon platform has been chosen to secure more than 350 million identities around the globe, and this latest deployment is further validation that customers see the value of our flexible workflow.”

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