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WorldReach Software Integrates InnoValor’s NFC Passport Reader in Smartphone Solution for Online Immigration Application

Gordon Wilson, President of WorldReach Software and Maarten Wegdam, Managing Partner at InnoValor at contract signing, with the Dutch Prime Minister Rutte (back right)

Gordon Wilson, President of WorldReach Software and Maarten Wegdam, Managing Partner at InnoValor at contract signing, with the Dutch Prime Minister Rutte (back right), Flemish Minister-President Bourgeois (back left) and the Mayor of Atlanta.

October 6, 2015

(Atlanta, Georgia, USA)  During a signing ceremony at the the joint Netherlands – Flanders Economic Mission to Atlanta (Georgia), WorldReach Software and InnoValor signed a contract in which Worldreach licenses InnoValor’s NFC Passport Reader. The contract was signed in the presence of the Dutch Prime Minister Rutte, Flemish Minister-President Bourgeois and the Mayor of Atlanta.

InnoValor provides mobile identity verification software. InnoValor’s NFC Passport Reader is the flagship product and makes it possible to read and verify the contactless RFID chip of passports and other identity documents using a smartphone with Near Field Communication. It supports online document identity verification in a cost efficient, secure and user friendly manner.

This contract signifies the next step in the relationship between the two companies, with WorldReach as key partner for InnoValor in the border management and passenger transportation sector, starting with the North American market.

The NFC Passport Reader will be integrated in WorldReach’s online immigration application, which uses smartphone technologies, in conjunction with ePassports, to enhance the early screening of travellers to a country, while preserving and protecting traveller privacy. The NFC Passport Reader is a key component that will make it possible for applicants to self-identify themselves during their online immigration application with minimal human intervention or need to travel to a government office abroad.

The use of the innovative NFC Passport Reader technology with WorldReach’s online immigration platform will initially be a technology demonstration, as part of a project funded by the Canadian Safety and Security Program, which is a federal program led by Defence Research and Development Canada’s Centre for Security Science, in partnership with Public Safety Canada.  This project aims to improve service, service delivery and facilitate the arrival of incoming travellers to Canada while protecting the safety and security of Canadians. It was recently highlighted at BORDERPOL Americas “Curtailing Terrorist Travel – Threats and Solutions” in Washington, DC, September 10, 2015.

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About WorldReach Software

WorldReach Software helps ensure traveller safety and security worldwide through its systems for both government consular organizations as well as individual travellers. WorldReach Software supplies consular, passport and eVisa/electronic travel authorization software and fosters best practices used by more than 3000 daily users in over 950 sites, making it the leading company providing global consular software solutions for Foreign Affairs. Customers include government ministries and departments from Canada, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, New Zealand, Spain, Ireland, Denmark, Anguilla, Bermuda, Cayman Islands, Montserrat, Turks and Caicos Islands and the British Virgin Islands. For more information:  For more information about the CSSP project & BORDERPOL Americas:
WorldReach Software, CIC and CBSA Awarded Canadian Safety and Security Program Funding, WorldReach Sponsors BORDERPOL International Security Meeting in Washington, D.C.:

About InnoValor

InnoValor provides mobile identity software that verifies the identity of a person using their smartphone and government issued identity documents. The contactless RFID chips in passports and other government issued identity documents are very secure and contain digitally signed personal information on the holder of the passport.  The NFC Passport Reader software that makes it possible to read and verify the personal information embedded in the chip.  An app demonstrating the potential of the software can be downloaded from the Google Play Store. Besides providing mobile identity verification software, InnoValor provides research-based advice on how to realize value from digital innovation for government, financial sector and service providers. InnoValor is based in the Netherlands. For more information:

Press contact:  Shelley Bryen, WorldReach Software,  +1 613 742-6482;  Maarten Wegdam, InnoValor,   +31 6 51993485