- McLean, VA
- 501 to 1000 Employees
- 2 Locations
- Type: Company - Private
- Founded in 2010
- Revenue: Unknown / Non-Applicable
- Internet & Web Services
ID.me is thrilled to announce the appointment of Christopher Mills as our new Chief Revenue Officer. With over 30 years of enterprise sales experience and a remarkable track record of accelerating companies’ go-to-market functions, Chris is an outstanding addition to our team. As Chief Revenue Officer, Chris will be leading ID.me’s go-to-market revenue and field operations, overseeing key areas such as sales, customer success, and channel partnerships. His expertise in driving enterprise sales strategy, building high-performing teams, and managing global customer relationships across various industries will be a crucial part of ID.me's future success. With Chris’s wealth of knowledge and expertise, we are confident that he will play a pivotal role in driving ID.me’s commitment to providing secure, private, and portable digital identity solutions.
Exciting news from ID.me! We've dramatically improved wait times for identity verification that meets government NIST-IAL2 standards with our operational improvements and product enhancements. Almost 95% of new IAL2 credentials are now issued in less than 5 minutes of wait time. Our commitment to our customers' access to benefits and services continues to grow, with 88% of customers experiencing zero wait time for verification. Read more about how tens of millions of satisfied customers trust ID.me for identity verification that is fast, secure, and values privacy. #IDme #identityverification #customerexperience #operationalimprovements #productenhancements https://lnkd.in/gYEJDTPt
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I had a job interview last week. The interview went really well. The hiring manager even mentioned at the end that I will be a good fit for the role but I got a rejection email this morning. I am so upset because I really wanted this job. Why would a hiring manager say I am a great candidate at the end of the interview only to reject me later? Has this happened to anyone before?
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Work from home, open and transparent leadership, fantastic onboarding process, excellent stock and employer retirement contributions. I found a job that brings business and governments together to protect people's identities and tax payer money. Control of your own schedule. No micromanagement
Somewhat siloed between different divisions - but they are working on that.
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ID.me Awards & Accolades
- Deloitte Technology Fast500, Deloitte, 2023
- Inc. Regionals Fastest-Growing Companies in the Mid-Atlantic, Inc., 2022
- Best Places to Work 2022: Washington DC Metropolitan Area, Comparably, 2022
- Inc. 5000 List of America's Fastest-Growing Private Companies, Inc., 2021
- Growth Company of the Year, Technical.ly, 2021
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