The application is a verification tool that can be accessed online, through WAP or GPRS-enabled phones. It went live three months ago.
It can be used to ascertain the authenticity of documents, certificates, and title deeds.
It works by sharing data with State agencies like the Kenya Revenue Authority and the Kenya National Examinations Council.
The new application will reduce the security threats that accompany business transactions and make it easier for users to make informed and secure financial decisions.
The system is free to download as an Android application and can also be accessed online. However, to make a verification enquiry will cost the user Sh600 which is payable through M-Pesa or Airtel Money.