Ensygnia is a UK-based technology company. The company specialises in delivering a good customer experience combined with invisible security. They aggregate across identity management, mobile payments and cyber security acting as an interaction gateway. Ensygnia's primary product is Onescan, a transaction and identity management platform.
Ensygnia operations began in 2012. In 2013 the company secured $3.3 million in seed funding and successfully applied for and received two UK patents. Ensygnia was also one of 17 start-ups accepted into the London-based Telefonica funded Wayra Academy for the year 2013. At the end of 2013, Ensygnia acquired Mustard Digital and its retail site Snaptaps.
In 2014, Ensygnia won 'Best Software Solution' at the Mobile Industry Awards, reached the final on the Innotribe start-up challenge and became a start-up in residence at BBC labs.
Horizon 2020 is an EU initiative that funds high-potential innovation through a dedicated SME instrument. In 2015, Ensygnia were one of only 9 British companies to win a grant award.
In June 2015, Ensygnia was listed as one of the best funded (B2B) Commerce Enablers in Europe.
A list of the top 10 major players in UK Mobile Payments for 2017 placed Ensygnia as 6th after Apple, Paym, Google, PayPal and Zapp.