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Verif-y's Credentialing Dashboard: Simplifying Medical Staffing

In the challenging and fast-paced world of international aid organizations, humanitarian concerns, private sectors, and government agencies, a significant problem arises – the complex management of medical professionals and their multitude of licenses and certifications. Balancing multiple systems across hiring, security, and certification steps, such as background screening, interviews, offer letters, and more, is an intricate task. Even after hiring, the challenge continues as these organizations must continuously monitor the certifications and licenses of their employees, which are often dispersed across various databases. It's a chaotic puzzle, requiring precision and timeliness to find the perfect candidate who meets specific requirements. 

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The Importance of Automated KYC vs Manual KYC

Know Your Customer, or KYC, is crucial to business. However, assessing the suitability of customers for a business relationship can be time-consuming and costly, particularly when conducting manual KYC. Fortunately, there is a solution. Verif-y provides automated KYC solutions to help businesses increase efficiency while reducing friction and unnecessary costs. Let’s take a closer look at the importance of KYC and why automated KYC is the best option for your organization. 

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Real-World Credential Fraud: Netflix releases Operation Varsity Blues: The College Admissions Scandal

If you haven’t watched Netflix’s new special (I highly recommend you do), here is a brief summary. 

The documentary re-enacts transcripts of conversations recorded by FBI wire taps from their investigation nicknamed Operation Varsity Blues. The FBI investigated a widespread college admissions scam conducted between Rick Singer and high paying parents to get their children into prestigious U.S. colleges and universities. 

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