Alloy Introduces “Partner Center” to Offer Transparency into Partnerships and to Empower Clients to Improve Risk Decisions

Alloy, the identity decisioning platform for banking institutions and Fintech firms, has announced the launch of its Partner Center, a dedicated resource for customers to gain “more transparency into its partner integrations.”

Via the Partner Center, Alloy brings the best tech and data providers into “full view for its current and prospective clients, allowing them to make informed decisions on the connections they need.”

Alloy’s API-enabled platform pulls the different variables that encompass digital identity “from 120+ different data source products into one centralized location, helping banks and Fintech companies reduce friction between them and their customers by seeing beyond their address and social security number,” the update noted.

Alloy’s KYC and fraud detection capabilities are “powered by these partners and the data they provide, which in turn enables its clients to verify identities, prevent fraud, monitor transactions and power credit underwriting,” the announcement added.

With the Partner Center, customers and prospects will have more transparency into how these technology and data partnerships work “so they can easily select the integrations that are right for their workflows, creating a seamless customer experience.”

Johnny Ayers, Founder and CEO of Socure, stated:

“Socure has been a very happy and strategic partner of Alloy’s since day one. We are thrilled to be able to showcase the breadth of Socure’s identity, fraud and AML solutions that are fully integrated within Alloy’s Partner Center.”

Early collaborators and new partners will be featured in the Partner Center, including:

  • Acuant
  • Berbix
  • ChexSystems
  • Cognito
  • ComplyAdvantage
  • Ekata, Inc., a Mastercard company
  • Equifax
  • Experian
  • IDology
  • Inscribe
  • LexisNexis® Risk Solutions
  • Middesk
  • Narmi
  • Neuro-ID
  • Ocrolus
  • Onfido
  • SentiLink
  • Sila
  • Socure, Inc.
  • Sumsub
  • Telesign
  • TransUnion
  • Treasury Prime
  • Vouched

Tommy Nicholas, CEO at Alloy, remarked:

“We provide our clients with easier access to data points across a variety of vendors and data sources, pulling them together into a single workflow. This is increasingly important as the threats and opportunities in digital identity become more nuanced and digital. We are hoping that the Partner Center will start the conversation with our clients earlier about all the power tools that exist, moving beyond the basic KYC information, to transform the customer experience and increase automated decisioning.”

Alloy’s platform allows banking institutions and Fintech firms to add new data sources and make changes to workflows “all from a simple user interface with no coding required, allowing engineering teams to focus on more valuable work.”

With Partner Center, clients will have greater insight into which data sources will “provide the most value for them, making the process even more seamless,” the update noted.

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