Integrate the deemly score API on your platform to make your users feel safer and enhance user activity. As a site owner you can offer your users to use their deemly profile and score on your site.
We offer an easy-to-use integrated authentication method for your users to pull their deemly score. On the site you place our widget where it fits into your layout.
At boataffair we believe that trust among all users is the most important factor in the sharing economy. Thanks to deemly’s review and score system we can digitise trust and make interactions reliable and secure for all users on our platform. We are convinced that this will enable transactions between boat owners and renters in a transparent environment.
Adrian Walker, boataffair
We at GoGo Places take the trust part very seriously and we are committed to build a trusted yet verified network and community. Working with deemly not just enhances our system to verify both tenants and owners but also gives us an opportunity to learn more about our community.
Epi Ludvik Nekaj, GoGo Places
When you start sharing your equipment, services and knowledge online with other organisations, trust, and reputation are very important factors. Therefore, we try to create a trusted community of companies and professionals at FLOOW2. A review system like deemly is one of the keys to a successful business community.
Kim Tjoa, Founder of FLOOW2
At HeelNederlandDeelt safety and trust are at the heart of everything we do. That’s why we offer all kinds of additional services to enhance online safety and trust as well. With Deemly’s review system we can offer our users exactly that.
Laury Zwart, Co-Founder HeelNederlandDeelt
With the service established by deemly, we were able to implement a proven review system and adapt it to our own digital environment. Additionally, with deemly we are able to present reviewed users at DanRent from day one
Steffen Isgreen, DanRent
Trust is an issue to not overlook when you are creating a tool for people to connect and share. If our users would not trust each other, enabling interactions would be impossible.
Simon Wozniak, outsiders.io