Numeracle has joined together with NetNumber, STI Certification Authority (STI-CA) and leading provider of a comprehensive portfolio of STIR/SHAKEN solutions, to deliver Verified Caller Identity for STIR/SHAKEN, a joint solution to improve the delivery of legal enterprise calls through STIR/SHAKEN caller ID authentication and RCD (rich call data) display.
The joint Verified Caller Identity for STIR/SHAKEN solution will be delivered through an extension of Numeracle’s Verified Identity™ and Entity Identity Management™ platforms to include NetNumber’s Guaranteed Caller™ Enterprise STIR/SHAKEN solution set. This solution enables legitimate enterprise calls to be displayed on the called party’s device as verified through STIR/SHAKEN.
Next, Numeracle validates the relationship between your Verified Identity and your authorized phone numbers via our Entity Identity Management platform. We then confirm your relationship to any vendor partners (BPOs, technology platform providers, etc.) and add rich call data (RCD) for branded call identification.
With your Verified Identity successfully associated with your phone numbers and RCD (rich call data), Numeracle then passes this information to NetNumber for certificate management and call signing via NetNumber’s Guaranteed Caller Enterprise STIR/SHAKEN solution.
To complete the process, call signing via NetNumber’s Guaranteed Caller Enterprise STIR/SHAKEN solution is completed. The result is your calls delivered as STIR/SHAKEN authenticated calls, displayed with the verified caller display + optional RCD information across the calling ecosystem.
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