Be confident that you can evaluate a multitude of data sources all in one place
Like all organisations trying to combat fraud or mistaken payments there are a host of data matching sources that investigation teams are expected to consult to help them identify potential problems. However, understanding which matches and referrals need to be investigated or which data source has any real material bearing on an application or claim is not easy.
AppCheck's built-in risk assessment and simple referral escalation interface brings together a multitude of key data matching sources into one system. Intelligent colour coding makes it much easier to classify applications or referrals that are in need of investigation or applications that can be approved.
With a 20% reduction in size of some investigation teams how can authorities or other organisations stay ahead of a caseload that is growing in some areas by as much as 32% per year?
Have more confidence that your governance processes are fit for purpose
Because of its ability to alert you about possible dangers, as well as positively identifying good / genuine applications by corroborating a variety of data sources, AppCheck can often provide positive reassurance that your governance processes in other areas are robust and fit for purpose. This enables you to make payments with the confidence that they are correct or genuine.
Make reviewing employees' immigration status more simple and straightforward
The latest UK employment legislation mandates that all employers, including Local Authorities and other Public Sector organisations, are responsible for ensuring their employees have a right to work in the UK. Keeping on top of this in a large organisation is no easy task.
Civil Penalties of up to £20,000 per employee can be levied against organisations for contravening this legislation. AppCheck can support this task by matching a current or prospective employees details against key Home Office data. Employers can then quickly establish if there is an issue with an employee's immigration status - and avoid risking having to pay a heavy financial penalty for breaching this legislation.