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Monday, June 24, 2013

Eugene-based SheerID developed software that helps companies verify customers' eligibility for promotions.

Since its founding in June 2011, SheerID has built a customer base of about 50 clients, including warehouse retailer Costco and e-commerce giant Amazon.com, which was SheerID’s first customer. SheerID charges those merchants and other companies and organizations that use its services a fee for each check SheerID performs.

SheerID, which developed software that can instantly verify someone’s status as a member of the military, among other affiliations, is a product of the Open Technology Business Center, a nonprofit incubator for high-tech startups in Beaverton.

Read more at The Register-Guard.

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