Updated Mar 28, 2019
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AID:Tech addresses obstacles faced by governments and other organisations around the lack of digital ID, SDG 16.9 & the digitisation and data. The most important commodity over the next decade will be data that users have control over & can trust. Yet, most continue to face barriers when attempting to make the most of what data has to offer. There is a persistent lack of insight into processes, corporates reports from silo-ed, fragmented data. Costs are high for banks to onboard new users.
AID:Tech’s products leverage innovative technologies to ensure transparency and traceability as an integral part of the entitlement disbursement process. By providing insight through data previously inaccessible, it is possible to utilise data securely whilst empowering end-users. Digital identity sits at the core of what we offer and is integral to the platform. Organisations are able to connect resources with end-recipients seamlessly - effectively manage and distribute resources.
|Projected Cumulative Lives Impacted||220|
|New Implemented Countries||Indonesia|
|Recruit||Developers, blockchain specialists, innovative technology marketing specialists|
|New Feature||Automatic settlement for merchants with banking partners|
AID:Tech was co-founded by CEO Joseph Thompson and COO Niall Dennehy. Joseph and Niall both have extensive experience in business development, in particular in the financial sector - management consultancy and business analysis, whist Niall has also led several award-winning design projects in the past. Together with CTO and Chief Data Scientist, Alejandro (Sasha) Vicente Grabovetsky, the team developed the core product that is now being implemented globally. https://www.unglobalcompact.org/sdgs/sdgpioneers/2017/joseph-thompson