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LexisNexis® announces new partner solution Cloudcheck

An integrated verification of identity feature for customers of Lexis Affinity™ and LAWbase

AUCKLAND, December 14, 2018 – LexisNexis, a leading provider of content and technology solutions for the legal industry, announced today they have partnered with Verifi Identity Services Limited (Verifi) to deliver Cloudcheck, an integrated online electronic verification of identity solution to Affinity and LAWbase customers.

Cloudcheck assists the user in meeting their AML/CFT obligations by providing electronic identity verification (EV) as permitted under Part 3 of the Amended Identity Verification Code of Practice 2013 (NZ). By seamlessly integrating into LexisNexis Affinity and LAWbase practice management systems, Cloudcheck allows the user to automatically progress the client engagement processes with minimal disruption.

Andy Boss, General Manager, LexisNexis NZ Ltd. said, “Partnering with Verifi to provide Cloudcheck continues our promise to provide best-in-class technology innovations to our customers. We are excited to offer a secure, seamlessly integrated and easy-to-use solution as part of our Affinity and LAWbase solutions.”

Vincent McCartney, Managing Director, Verifi, said: “This exciting new partnership with Lexis Nexis allows Verifi to distribute Cloudcheck to law firms on an unprecedented scale and is a key component of our growth strategy in the legal space.”

“The simplicity and effectiveness of the Cloudcheck integration into the Affinity and LAWbase platforms will allow law practitioners to electronically verify their clients in a matter of seconds, therefore transforming how they interact with their clients to meet their AML/CFT obligations.”

Cloudcheck is available as an integrated feature within Lexis Affinity 8.2 upgrade as well as LAWbase practice management solutions. Some key benefits include:

Seamless integration, secure, cloud hosted solution

Automatic updates when new data sources become available

Ease of use

Verify clients by using information in their wallet or passport

Local support

Cloudcheck is NZ owned and supported locally

Visit for more information about Cloudcheck.


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