Following the opening of a UK office in 2022, Ireland-based global identity verification provider ID-Pal has expanded into the US market.
ID-Pal now operates out of three locations: its headquarters in Dublin, an office in Buckingham in England, and from Columbus, Ohio, in the US. The company offers coverage of more than 6,000 identity documents across 200 jurisdictions and countries.
The announcement comes ahead of ID-Pal taking part in a week of events in New York arranged by economic development agency Enterprise Ireland to celebrate St Patrick’s Day.
The company already boasts a number of US clients including payments and gift cards provider Blackhawk Network, procurement and compliance platform Certa, US Bancorp Elavon and Global Shares, which was recently acquired by JPMorgan. It also has partnerships with Spirit of Alaska Credit Union, deposit account opening platform CreditSnap, Salesforce and Corporate One.
The company launched into the UK market following a Series A funding round and now 30% of ID-Pal’s revenue comes from UK businesses. US companies account for 15% of it revenue.
ID-Pal has received funding from European Inspire Investments, Act Venture Capital and US investor FA Ventures Fund.
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ID-Pal’s US expansion comes less than two months after Sara West, a veteran in the business-to-business software and payments sector, joined the company as its new commercial director. At the time she said her focus was leading its global growth and driving it to new levels of commercial success.