The combined solution is ideal to support BNPL, SME lending, retail and POS, new customer onboarding, auto financing, and banking and loan origination
Parsippany, NJ — Oct. 27, 2022 — Provenir, a global leader in AI-powered risk decisioning software, today announced it has entered into a global partnership with Sekura Mobile Intelligence, a global provider of mobile data solutions. This partnership enables Provenir to provide customers access to trusted mobile data, direct from mobile operators through the Provenir Marketplace.
Sekura provides real-time mobile identity data signals direct from global mobile operators, providing trusted, secure and easy to consume solutions for identity (ID) verification, anti-fraud and secure online authentication use cases.
The Sekura ‘SAFr’ API, built to deliver industry-leading data, performance and reliability, enables Provenir customers to consume a suite of ID verification and fraud protection data attributes in real time. Sekura’s mobile solutions are available across five continents, spanning key global markets such as the U.K., France, Germany, Spain, Netherlands, Brazil, Canada, U.S., India and South Africa.
The combination of Sekura and Provenir is ideal to support customer use cases including BNPL, SME lending, retail and POS, new customer onboarding, auto financing, and banking and loan origination, delivering world-class user experiences and secure fraud protection for existing and new user workflows.
“With fraud incidents escalating, all organizations must be laser focused on preventing fraud,” said Carol Hamilton, Senior Vice President, Global Solutions at Provenir. “Sekura provides a comprehensive suite of mobile intelligence and identity data services that help Provenir customers identify fraudsters faster and protect their organizations from threatening activity.”
“The Sekura team is delighted to partner with Provenir and excited about the opportunities to combine the industry-leading skills and knowledge on both sides to create significant value for Provenir’s customers and their end users,” said Jim Small, Chief Operations Officer at Sekura.