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Founded Year

2015

Stage

Series A - II | Alive

Total Raised

$16.01M

Last Raised

$3.2M | 2 yrs ago

About MeasureOne

MeasureOne operates as a specialized data company. It focuses on student loan data, income verification, employment verification, insurance verification, education verification, and more. It serves academic institutions, background screening, employment, insurance, and other sectors. It was founded in 2015 and is based in San Francisco, California.

Headquarters Location

156 2nd Street Suite 316

San Francisco, California, 94105,

United States

844-732-2461

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ESPs containing MeasureOne

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EXECUTION STRENGTH ➡MARKET STRENGTH ➡LEADERHIGHFLIEROUTPERFORMERCHALLENGER
Financial Services / Digital Lending Tech

The income & employment verification platforms market enables lenders and other financial institutions to verify and validate income and employment information of individuals or customers. These platforms utilize APIs, machine learning, and intelligent document processing to streamline the verification process, ensuring accuracy and compliance with regulations. By adopting these platforms, compani…

MeasureOne named as Outperformer among 10 other companies, including Plaid, Ocrolus, and Argyle.

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Expert Collections containing MeasureOne

Expert Collections are analyst-curated lists that highlight the companies you need to know in the most important technology spaces.

MeasureOne is included in 2 Expert Collections, including Digital Lending.

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Digital Lending

2,259 items

This collection contains companies that provide alternative means for obtaining a loan for personal or business use and companies that provide software to lenders for the application, underwriting, funding or loan collection process.

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Fintech

8,088 items

Companies and startups in this collection provide technology to streamline, improve, and transform financial services, products, and operations for individuals and businesses.

Latest MeasureOne News

5 Consumer-Permissioned Data Platforms to Watch

Sep 18, 2023

Share this: The concept of data privacy has taken center stage in 2023. As consumers grow more aware of the value of their personal information — and the potential risks associated with its misuse — a new paradigm that places power back into the hands of individuals is beginning to emerge. Consumer-permissioned data platforms are at the forefront of this shift, offering a fresh approach to data management and privacy for both consumers and brands. Consumer-permissioned data platforms collect personal information that third parties can access with consumers’ consent. These platforms give businesses a way to collect and use data that’s been shared by consumers freely and intentionally. That’s in contrast to traditional data collection methods, which often collect data without the consent or knowledge of the consumer. The use cases for consumer-permissioned data are varied and growing. Although financial services firms were among the first to take advantage, using consumer-permissioned data primarily for verification purposes, brand marketers are also finding that the information that consumers share about themselves can be useful for generating more compelling digital advertising campaigns. Companies like Attain have become early leaders in the space , measuring sales outcomes from lower-funnel marketing and powering real-time purchase measurement and outcome signals for brands. However, a number of other firms have entered the market recently, each with their own unique take on permissioned-commerce data. Here are five consumer-permissioned data platforms worth watching right now. 1. Attain: Leveraging Data to Measure Real-Time Advertising Outcomes Attain gives consumers access to rewards, early wages, and savings tools in exchange for their personal data. This information is leveraged by Attain to measure real-time outcomes for advertisers. Attain collects its data through a suite of mobile apps, which consumers use to share permissioned purchase transactions in the form of receipts, loyalty links, credit card links, and answers to survey questions. The data can then be used to help brand marketers achieve better outcomes from programmatic advertising for their digital campaigns. 2. Qonsent: Capturing First Party Data and Consent in a Transparent Way When they partner with Qonsent , brands can capture first-party data from consumers in a way that is both transparent and compliant. The low code/no code user experience product enables brands to compliantly capture data, with direct consent from consumers, via “transparent value exchange-based experiences” that can be deployed on any customer touchpoint — from owned property, as part of a social media campaign, to connected TVs and OOH advertising. Qonsent works directly with brands, agencies, and publishers. Earlier this year, the company also began working with the data platform LIveRamp to enable consumers to provide permission to use data about them in advertising. 3. Permission: Creating Opt-In Audiences and Incentivizing Brand Loyalty Permission is a tokenized Web3 advertising platform where advertisers can offer consumers crypto rewards for their data and engagement. Campaigns run on the Permission Ads platform are created in standard formats, however they’re bolstered by an allocation of digital currency that advertisers can dole out to users as a way to reward engagement and sharing. By asking permission and incentivizing users to opt-in to data sharing, advertisers can build permissioned, first-party audiences in a way that’s privacy compliant and transparent. In exchange for sharing information and engaging with brands by watching video ads or participating in online opportunities, consumers earn crypto rewards, which they can trade or spend on digital and physical goods. 4. MeasureOne: Enhancing Processes Through Access to Data with Associated Credentials MeasureOne offers brands a way to use consumer-permissioned data for verification, marketing, lending, and credit decisions. MeasureOne works within a company’s own branded websites and mobile platforms. For example, when a customer submits their information to a business like StateFarm for identity verification, that data is actually collected and managed securely and in a privacy-compliant manner via MeasureOne. Businesses that partner with MeasureOne don’t have to worry about tracking the latest privacy regulations when they collect data for purposes like income verification, employment verification, insurance verification, or education verification, because those aspects of compliance are handled by MeasureOne. Consented and verified data is then delivered from MeasureOne back to the business in real-time. 5. Pinwheel: Developing Better Products with Consumer-Permissioned Data Pinwheel helps financial services companies develop better products with the use of consumer-permissioned data. The company provides its clients with access to consumer-permissioned income and employment accounts, similar to MeasureOne, along with actionable insights that help them make sense of the data, so businesses can quickly verify customers’ information and financial services firms can manage lending risks. By embedding Pinwheel into their websites or mobile apps, businesses should be able to eliminate manual processes when it comes to digitally verifying their customers’ information.

MeasureOne Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was MeasureOne founded?

    MeasureOne was founded in 2015.

  • Where is MeasureOne's headquarters?

    MeasureOne's headquarters is located at 156 2nd Street, San Francisco.

  • What is MeasureOne's latest funding round?

    MeasureOne's latest funding round is Series A - II.

  • How much did MeasureOne raise?

    MeasureOne raised a total of $16.01M.

  • Who are the investors of MeasureOne?

    Investors of MeasureOne include Larry Rosenberger, College Loan Corporation, Paycheck Protection Program, Socratic Ventures, Michelson Runway and 6 more.

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