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Veriff launches Global Partner Program

We are really excited to announce the launch of our R.E.V. Partner Program (Revenue Expansion with Veriff) to give our growing ecosystem of partners a simple and effective path to growth and increased revenues. The program is designed to support partners in sales and marketing along with providing partners with Veriff’s premium IDV platform to help meet the demands of end customers desiring to combat identity theft and fraud.

Karita Sall, August 25th, 2022

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The R.E.V. Partner Program can be tailored to meet the needs of a specific partner type based on their own business, offering flexibility to support the partner as their business scales.

“Partner expectations and demands are set high, so the design of our partner program from the beginning was to keep it simple yet effective while supporting our partners every step of the way to allow them to capture more market share”, said Manuel Solis III, Head of Global Partnerships & Alliances.

With this new partner program, Veriff allows partners to engage in the right partner model that best suits their business strategy. Rather than limit a partner's ability to grow or slow down the acceleration to profitability, Veriff’s R.E.V. framework allows partners to integrate, whitelabel, resell, refer, implement, or any combination of these depending on the business opportunity, at any scale.

The R.E.V. Partner Program provides significant opportunities to the partner ecosystem, including application developers, market places, value added resellers, system integrators, consultants and cloud service providers. Whether partners are looking to earn revenue through reselling, find new opportunities with their existing customer base or provide a new service offering like Veriff’s identity verification platform, the R.E.V. Partner Program provides all the necessary support, collaboration and tools to open up new revenue streams and opportunities to promote growth in their business.

The new partner program provides three models that are organized based on the partners capabilities and desired business strategy. For more information R.E.V. or on how to become a part of Veriff’s partner ecosystem, go to visit our R.E.V. Partner Program page.

Karita Sall

Karita Sall

Head of Global Communication

Karita Sall is the Head of Global Communication at Veriff. Karita has been working in the field of communication for over 20 years. During that time she has helped many organizations to tell their stories including start-ups, global corporations, government bodies as well as non-profits.

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