Check out this fascinating case study on i2Verify, a new partner of GroupOne Background Screening. Working with the Mayo Clinic, i2Verify was able to streamline its employment and wage verification process, a tall task for a company receiving more than 24,000 requests a year.

i2Verify offers clients a customizable employment and income verification solution that is trusted by verifiers, accessible and hassle-free. The partnership with GroupOne will assist clients by offering a secure process that responds instantly to wage and employment verification requests.

i2Verify brought some unique benefits to the table that made them a perfect choice to work with,” said Danny Davila, executive director of GroupOne. “Just as important, it provides a user-friendly and intuitive experience. They provide free and unlimited employee-run reports, an option for verification and security keys and an employee opt-out from non-government data sharing. We are looking forward to working with them.”

You can read the full Mayo Clinic cast study here.

For more information, please contact Danny Davila at [email protected] or go to


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