Sproxil: Verify product authenticity by sending a 13-digit product code to 38353


Mobile Product Authentication Technology by Sproxil

Sproxil® pioneered a new kind of anti-counterfeiting solution with their mobile based product verification service – Mobile Product Authentication™ (MPA™). They have since expanded into new industries with brand new solutions. They provide a strong integrated platform for loyalty management, targeted marketing, and supply chain management.

CEO – ASHIFI GOGO

Ashifi Gogo founded Sproxil® in 2009 and serves as the company’s Chief Executive Officer. Under his leadership, Sproxil developed its award-winning Mobile Product Authentication™ (MPA™) technology that has been used by consumers globally to verify product authenticity.

The MPA technology is also being used offers mobile marketing services that provide value to end-users and product manufacturers and/or distributors; with consumer engagement and loyalty applications rewarding millions of consumers for their interactions. Former US President Bill Clinton described Sproxil as “a genuinely remarkable achievement… (it’s) empowering… putting people in charge of their own healthcare.” Sproxil’s MPA solution is applicable to virtually any tangible product is now used on multiple continents and in many industries including automotive, garment and fast-moving consumer goods.

Ashifi’s work has been recognized through a variety of awards and fellowships. He was awarded the Social Entrepreneur of the Year award in 2014 by the Schwab Foundation. In 2013, Sproxil was named the world’s most innovative company in health care by Fast Company, and #7 most innovative worldwide, beating 99 of the Fortune 100 companies. He received a Clinton Foundation Global Initiative Outstanding Commitment Award, led Sproxil to win a grant from the United States Agency for International Development and attract venture funding from Acumen Fund in New York. Ashifi currently serves on the World Economic Forum’s Global Agenda Council on Social Innovation and on the Meta-Council on the Illicit Economy.

An expert in end-consumer authentication technologies, Ashifi holds a US Patent and is also a named inventor on multiple published US and foreign patent applications, one of which has been recognized by the US Patent and Trademark Office, winning a Patents for Humanity award for its significant positive humanitarian impact. He earned a Ph.D. in electrical engineering from the Thayer School of Engineering at Dartmouth College and a B.A. in mathematics and physics from Whitman College. He is Dartmouth’s first-ever Ph.D. Innovation Fellow.

Ashifi Gogo is Sproxil’s Chief Executive Officer. Under his leadership, Sproxil developed its award-winning Mobile Product Authentication™ (MPA™) technology that has been used on over 100 million products by more than 2 million consumers to verify the authenticity of their medication. Former US President Bill Clinton described Sproxil as “a genuinely remarkable achievement… (it’s) empowering… putting people in charge of their own healthcare.” Sproxil’s MPA solution is now used on multiple continents and in many industries including automotive, garment and fast-moving consumer goods.

Ashifi’s work has been recognized through a variety of awards and fellowships. Most recently, Sproxil was named the world’s most innovative company in health care by Fast Company, and #7 most innovative worldwide, beating 99 of the Fortune 100 companies. The Obama Administration White House recently named Ashifi an Immigrant Innovator “Champion of Change”. In 2012, Ashifi was inducted into the 40 Under 40 cohort by the Boston Business Journal in recognition of exceptional business achievements at a young age. He received a Clinton Foundation Global Initiative Outstanding Commitment Award, led Sproxil to win a grant from the United States Agency for International Development and attract venture funding from Acumen Fund in New York.

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