Checkpoint ID Hires Data Scientist Y Tran

SCOTTSDALE AZ – 02-21-2019 ( — Checkpoint ID, the largest fraud prevention
company in the multifamily space, has announced the addition of Y Tran as the
company’s Data Scientist. Tran, who previously worked in the automotive and software
security industry, has extensive experience leading data analytics and strategic
initiatives focused on enhancing the customer experience.

“Adding Y to our data management team demonstrates our commitment to our clients’
growing need for data analytics and data security,” said Ryan Antrim, Founder and CIO
of Checkpoint ID.
Consumer insights, next-generation data management, and predictive analytics will
enhance the multifamily leasing experience. Checkpoint ID is committed to the success
of its clients, and data management is a key factor in providing this service. In addition
to consumer insights, Checkpoint ID plans on identifying global predictive behavior
patterns throughout the multifamily rental market.
“Our goal is to become experts in the rental fraud space, and data is playing a major
role in identifying and managing the process,” said Terry Slattery, CEO of Checkpoint
Tran earned her B.S. in Biochemistry from Arizona State University and received her
M.B.A. in Applied Management from Northern Arizona University. Tran also served as
MBA Association Vice President at Northern Arizona University.
About Checkpoint ID
Checkpoint ID is the leading fraud prevention service in the multifamily industry.
Headquartered in Plano, Texas, Checkpoint has grown from serving 21,000 units in
January 2018 to 180,000 just a year later, making them one of the fastest growing new
companies in the apartment space.  For more information:
Jim Burke
Executive VP
[email protected]

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