By using our platform, businesses can access and use consumer-permissioned data in exchange for products and services.
The process begins when a business requests that a consumer shares their personal information. Through the MeasureOne platform, the consumer consents to sharing that specific data. MeasureOne then works with the consumer to extract their personal data and share ONLY the authorized information with the requesting business.
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In exchange for a product or service, the business asks the consumer to share specific personal data, which may include: student enrollment status, degree(s) earned, current salary, or recent employer and job title.
The consumer gives permission to MeasureOne to access their personal data for the specific purpose(s) of the requesting business. The consumer logs into their online account within the MeasureOne platform to connect their source data.
Once connected, MeasureOne retrieves the consumer-permissioned source data. This data may include transcripts, student profile information, payroll stubs, earning statements, or employee profile information.
MeasureOne analyzes the permissioned data and extracts the information necessary to complete the requesting business’s request. ONLY the necessary information is extracted and shared.
For example, in an enrollment verification, a college transcript can be used to verify enrollment. However, MeasureOne will only share the enrollment information extracted from the transcript and not share the full transcript with the verifying party without explicit consumer consent.