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MRI Software buys Texas company CheckpointID

October 14, 2020 | software | No Comments

Fast-growing MRI Software, a Solon-based provider of real estate software and services, has made another acquisition.

The company announced on Tuesday, Oct. 13, that it has bought CheckpointID LLC, a Carrollton, Texas-based provider of ID verification and fraud prevention technology solutions to the multifamily industry. Terms of the purchase were not disclosed.

CheckpointID has 27 employees, according to an email from an MRI Software spokeswoman. MRI Software’s employee count stands at about 2,000.

MRI Software said in a news release that CheckpointID’s technology “validates government-issued domestic and international IDs in real time to protect against rental fraud and increase safety in both guided and self-guided apartment tours.” It also allows leasing agents “to quickly perform checks in person or online, and provides an efficient and secure alternative to the traditional paper-based process,” the release stated.

Patrick Ghilani, CEO of MRI Software, said in a statement, “The impacts of COVID-19 have

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A progressive activist group has purchased the internet domain name www.amyconeybarrett.com in an attempt to fight what they say is Donald Trump’s takeover of the US judicial system.

The site features a large photo of Amy Coney Barrett, who Mr Trump is expected to name as his choice to replace former Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the US Supreme Court. Next to the photo is a warning that Ms Barrett must be stopped.

“Amy Coney Barrett would threaten your health care and your reproductive freedom. We have to stop her,” the site reads.

At the top of the site, a bold, white header reads “Honor Ruth Bader Ginsburg,” whose reported final wish was that her position not be filled until after the 2020 US election. 

“We have to protect Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s legacy. This vacancy should not be filled until after inauguration day,” the site

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