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Company Overview of ID.me, Inc.
ID.me, Inc. operates a digital verification network that allows clients to prove their group affiliations to receive exclusive benefits online. The company enables members to claim exclusive benefits online and in-store from various national brands. The company also enables business customers to set up marketing programs. ID.me, Inc. was formerly known as TroopSwap, Inc. The company was founded in 2010 and is based in McLean, Virginia.
7927 Jones Branch Drive
McLean, VA 22102
Founded in 2010
Key Executives for ID.me, Inc.
Co-Founder, Chief Executive Officer and Director
Co-Founder and Chief Operating Officer
Vice President of Business Development
Director of Community Outreach for Colorado Springs
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
ID.me, Inc. Key Developments
CrowdTorch Integrates ID.me’s Technology for Event Organizers to Offer Military Discounts on Tickets
Jan 12 15
ID.me announced a partnership with CrowdTorch. CrowdTorch will integrate ID.me’s affinity group verification technology with their Audience Management Platform event ticketing software, enabling event organizers to securely offer military discounts on tickets sold online. The CrowdTorch Audience Management Platform is an innovative ticketing and mobile application platform comprised of a suite of tools including white-labeled ticketing, mobile, website, social, engagement and fan insights. The platform is designed to help venues, promoters, artists and event organizers to engage fans, drive revenue, and generate valuable insights to better market to their audience.
The General Services Administration Selects ID.me and Verizon to Provide Digital Credentials for Access to Federal Websites
Dec 16 14
The General Services Administration announced that it has awarded contracts to ID.me and Verizon, allow the companies to provide digital identity credentials to individuals accessing government services through federal website. The credentials allow users that are verified through either of the companies to use the digital credentials to conduct transactions with any agency application that is integrated with Connect.gov, which launches in January 2015, to conduct transactions with these agencies securely and without having to create separate usernames and passwords for each agency. Under the ID.me contract the government will pay the company for user credentials.
ID.me Names Lee Aber as Vice President of Security and Risk Management
Dec 8 14
ID.me announced that Lee Aber has joined the company as Vice President of Security and Risk Management. In his new position, Aber will provide leadership for every aspect of ID.me’s security initiative including overseeing compliance, security, risk and vulnerability management, and incident response capability. Before joining ID.me, Aber previously served as Director of Information Security at Opower.
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