Microsoft is leading the way with Citizen Digital Identity Solutions and many citizen access projects around the world will be obsoleted by the innovations Microsoft is offering. It is rewarding to see two of UNIFY’s strategic customers for Digital Identity – Mastercard and the New Zealand Ministry of Education – profiled in Microsoft’s global catalogue, below. Their digital identity programs are resolutely designed to give their large numbers of customers and citizens control of their identity data as well as streamlined access to services.

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Mastercard is a leader in global payments and a technology company that connects billions of consumers, thousand of financial institutions, and millions of merchants, as well as governments and businesses around the world.
He mea tārai e mātou te mātauranga kia rangatira ai, kia mana taurite ai ōna huanga.
The Ministry of Education needed to replace its core identity and access management system, supporting critical business process across several thousand institutions, whilst preserving legacy interfaces and minimising user impact from the change.
Mastercard recently announced its intention to collaborate with the Digital Transformation Agency.
Decentralized Identity. Coming to somewhere near you soon.
Vaughan Paul, Optus Vice President, Digital Consumer, profiled the Optus and Mastercard partnership for the Mastercard ID service and discussed some of the complexities of digital identification.