A London-based start-up which has developed a revolutionary system to transform online data into credit ratings is striving for growth after drawing up a Partnership Agreement that will see it embark on a period of live trials to take its concept to the next level.
OneZero-Me was established in March 2018 to harness the power of Artificial Intelligence and Big Data. With a focus on achieving greater financial opportunities for its clients by turning digital footprints into unique scores that can be used to unlock a range of financial products previously unavailable due to having little or no history.
In order to meet the growth potential projected, chief executive officer of OneZero-Me, Yossi Borenstein, enlisted the support of leading law firm, Harper James Solicitors, to draw up a Partnership Agreement.
OneZero-Me signed up to the firm’s Enterprise service plan, a unique service dedicated to meeting the needs of start-ups and SMEs. The plan provides businesses with monthly access to high quality legal advice from appropriately experienced solicitors without incurring the costs normally associated with using a law firm.
Yossi said, “If you make an application for an essential service, such as insurance, a loan or even a job, you’re assessed by offline factors only, credit and employment history, for example. Here at OneZero-Me, we use the power of AI and Big Data to add in the key missing factor your unique, personal, digital data.
“The work we do aims to bring greater financial opportunity and inclusion to people who can’t currently access key services, as well as enabling more balanced and refined pricing for all whilst protecting and safeguarding their privacy.
“I’d like to extend my thanks to Harper James, the expertise of its solicitors made for a smooth and successful process.”
Commercial solicitor, Rana Chatterjee said, “Here at Harper James, we work to ensure that the legal needs typically encountered by start-ups and SMEs are met and, following on from the work completed, I wish the team at OneZero-Me the best of luck in perusing their plans for growth.”