Who we are
The DataFlow Group is a pioneering global provider of specialized Primary Source Verification (PSV) solutions, and background screening and immigration compliance services that assist public and private organizations in mitigating risks to make informed, cost-effective decisions regarding their applicants and registrants.
What do we do?
We partner with clients across the public and private sectors to assist them in mitigating potential risks by exposing fraudulent education degrees, job histories, practice licenses, work permits and passports, among other personal or professional documents.
Why DataFlow is your ideal PSV partner for screening candidates?
Long-Term Partnerships with Ministries and Government Entities
With over 15 years of experience, DataFlow Group has verified 4.3 million documents and empowered the recruiting process of many key healthcare regulators, authorities and medical facilities globally to ensure that the professionals hired by them are genuine, qualified and competent.
DataFlow with its best practices in this field such as a high level of data security, cutting-edge technology, rigorous processes, qualified research analysts, and a global network of over 100,000 issuing authorities, verifies professionals credentials from the primary issuer of the document – regardless of its nature.
We manage recruitment and registration risks to bridge the qualified talent gap with specialized Primary Source Verification, degree equivalency, background screening and immigration compliance solutions. With our in-depth and advanced verification of applicants employment and education credentials, we protect our clients against:
- Hiring based on fraudulent documentation
- Financial losses
- Regulatory implications
- Reputational and Community damage
- Internal risks
Meeting International Standards
The DataFlow Group complements its advanced verification processes and long-standing industry expertise by adhering to the highest regulatory standards, including the Joint Commission International (JCI), International Organization for Standardization (ISO), and the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).