Australian consumers will be able to easily download a personal and reusable copy of their bank account data for the first time thanks to a partnership between SISS Data Services (SDS) and UK technology platform digi.me. The partnership will leverage SISS’s expertise in providing bank-compliant and secure data feeds, which cover 80 per cent of … Continue reading Digi.me and SISS partner to give bank data back to Australians in true win-win
Digi.me’s unique personal data technology has allowed Iceland to become the first country in the world to make a digital copy of their health data available to its citizens. The digi.me app is powering this innovative and collaborative living lab project, with the aim of giving users greater insight and control over their health and … Continue reading Digi.me allowing Icelandic citizens to download their own health data in world first
Julian Ranger, the founder and executive chairman of digi.me, has been elected to the global board of Mobile Ecosystem Forum (MEF). Digi.me is already a full member of the global trade body, and Julian has been working closely with MEF as part of the Consumer Trust working group to enable businesses to successfully take advantage … Continue reading Digi.me’s Julian Ranger elected to MEF global board
Digi.me is delighted to announced that we have been shortlisted in the Consumer Trust category for this year's Meffy Awards. We're one of six finalists in this category at the awards, which are run by the Mobile Ecosystem Forum and which will be judged at a sparkling event in London on December 1 as part … Continue reading digi.me announced as finalists in the Meffys Awards 2016
Here at digi.me, we're delighted to be able to tell you that we're one of the finalists in the Duke of York's Pitch@Palace 6.0. Our founder and executive chairman, Julian Ranger, will attend Boot Camp at the Harwell Space Campus in Oxfordshire with the other finalists this Friday. There, a panel of judges will choose … Continue reading Digi.me through to finals of Pitch@Palace 6.0!
Julian Ranger, the founder and executive chairman of digi.me, has been invited to join the board of global identity experts Kantara Initiative. As the personal data economy continues to grow apace, companies industry-wide are looking to Kantara to forge the best possible community framework to encourage sustained innovation and growth for all. With its recent … Continue reading Digi.me founder joins Kantara Initiative board to further global personal data vision
Digi.me, the pioneering start-up revolutionising how consumers and businesses harness the power of personal data, has secured £4.2m ($6.1m) from Series A funding led by global re-insurer Swiss Re. With the new funds digi.me will accelerate the development and launch of its unique permissioned access platform, which will soon let users bring together wide-ranging data … Continue reading digi.me raises £4.2M ($6.1m) in Series A funding round