White Clarke Group has partnered with GBGroup to embed its ID verification solution ID3global into its software.
The integration of ID3global will help WCG to provide a seamless solution to its customers in the automotive finance sector. ID3global offers a single interface to an international platform that can verify the identity of more than 4 billion consumers globally at the click of a mouse.
WCG’s implementation of ID3global will improve the speed of processing new customer registrations, optimising the validity and accuracy of its customer authentication process and build on the company’s industry-wide reputation for being the number one specialist in the marketplace.
Eli Bishop, development director at White Clarke Group said: “We are a highly regulated industry and there is an increasing focus on protection of customer data and customer authentication, so that people know who they are dealing with. We take our responsibilities very seriously and our customers are all investing heavily in these areas.
“There are also process efficiencies associated with this sort of integration, such as the ability to capture less data and speed up the end-to-end transaction, which are great for the end consumer. Ultimately, it is about reducing the risk to our customers in terms of the credit underwriting process.”
Brendan Gleeson, group executive vice president at White Clarke Group added: The global reach of this partnership means we can support our customers equally – wherever their end customers are located. It also strengthens our strategy to continue to grow and be the number one provider of our services in the industry.”
Glenn Porter, general manager of International Identity Verification at GBGroup added: “Our partnership with White Clarke Group is a really exciting one and we are proud to be able to enhance its ID verification services. ID3global creates a comprehensive view of each individual using a sophisticated combination of different reference data in each country. White Clarke Group’s customers will benefit from decreased risk and operational efficiencies through these improvements in authentication and the end consumer will be far better protected against identity-related fraud.”