LawLogix has become a part of the Workforce Solutions business unit and is said to continue its presence in Phoenix
US-based consumer credit reporting agency Equifax has completed the previously announced acquisition of the cloud-based I-9 software and immigration case management software provider LawLogix.
LawLogix, which is now an Equifax company, has become a part of the Workforce Solutions business unit and is said to continue its presence in Phoenix.
The acquisition is said to help to expand Equifax’s portfolio of employer- and HR-focused solutions that help firms manage their hiring and employment needs amidst a rapidly evolving landscape.
Equifax CEO Mark Begor said: “Equifax has expanded well beyond a traditional credit bureau and the acquisition of LawLogix marks the sixth acquisition in support of the continued growth and expansion of the Equifax Workforce Solutions business unit since the beginning of 2021.”
“We are rapidly building a New Equifax. Leveraging our EFX Cloud infrastructure, we will integrate LawLogix into our suite of Workforce Solutions employer services, expanding our current capabilities and setting the stage for future innovation.”
LawLogix provides two cloud-based software as a service (SaaS) solutions, namely Guardian and Edge.
Guardian offers a user-friendly I-9 workflow that supports organisations with distributed workforces and assists employers with their Form I-9 and E-Verify requirements.
Edge offers complete immigration case management software, including an adaptable, user-friendly client web portal, to immigration law firms, non-profit organisations, and employers.
John Fay, the president of LawLogix has been appointed as the director of product strategy for LawLogix.
LawLogix director of product strategy John Fay said: “Both LawLogix and Equifax Workforce Solutions are focused on deploying our technology and expertise to help customers streamline important processes.”
“We are excited for our future together, as we leverage Equifax capabilities in analytics and technology for the benefit of LawLogix customers.”
With its headquarters in Atlanta, Equifax, which is said to have more than 13,000 employees globally, operates in 25 countries in North America, Central and South America, Europe, and the Asia-Pacific region.