Explore ways we help solve user centric problems in various industries by enabling trusted ecosystems of identities, data and service providers. View IDENTOS use cases below.
In this Project Profile, learn how the TRUSTSPHERE project is going to help pediatric patients with Type 1 diabetes in its first iteration.
Enabling connected and sustainable health care ecosystems centered around patients.
Hear Mike Cook, IDENTOS CEO dive into how dynamic access control and digital trust can help enable meaningful, connected digital experiences.
Modernization of access control technology could help facilitate data exchanges for personalized member engagement, faster claims and enhanced health outcomes.
Modernization towards dynamic access control technology could help connect data silos across jurisdictions, improving efficiencies for healthcare providers and health outcomes for patients.
Large financial institutions with multiple lines of business that address a cross section of customer services, need to ensure they comply with two key requirements.
Financial institutions can create trusted connections to third party services, like client engagement and loyalty through connected financial journeys that extend beyond the institution.
As cities become increasingly populated and developed, the need to provide citizens with efficient ways to engage is critical.
Examine the concept of trustworthiness as an essential factor to succeeding in the next technical paradigm where data ecosystems are rapidly being propelled to accommodate for people’s trust.
When it comes to fostering deep, lasting relationships with Alumni, Universities must turn to fast, accessible, and transactional experiences to increase and maintain engagement.
The ability to track immunization history is important for citizens across all demographics. Current methods fall flat, requiring citizens to track immunization history on paper.
The healthcare industry has a known weakness in the continuity of care for patients.
The admissions process for Higher Education institutions can often be a confusing, stressful undertaking for today’s students, young and old.