IDScan.net is a leading developer of identity verification and information gathering technologies that has created enhanced environments and experiences for over 6,000 clients including IBM, Shell, AMC Theaters, Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa, Dave & Busters, and many more of the world’s most trusted brands.
Since 2003, our international team of industry specialists has pioneered technology that anticipates the rapidly evolving needs of leaders across all industries—from gaming and hospitality, to retail, finance, and education—developing more than 300 custom applications and the industry’s leading and most up-to-date library of global ID formats.
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Creating a safer and smarter world through technology.
Enhancing environments and experiences through identity verification and information gathering.
Andrey Stanovnov, CTO
Andrey was born and raised in Siberia, Russia. He graduated with a Masters in Computer Science and a MBA in International Business and Information Systems. He has lived in New Orleans for 15+ years. Andrey received the Top 20 Database Administrators in the World Award and Top 5 Database Administrators in the U.S. Award from BrainBench.
As the CTO of IDScan.net, he has implemented complex web based field time solutions for major oil and gas companies. When Andrey isn’t developing new ID scanning software, he likes to spend his time grilling for his wife, two children and friends.
Denis Petrov, CEO
Denis is a native of Kazan, Russia and an accomplished entrepreneur. He graduated with a BS in Accounting and a MBA in International Business and Information Systems. He has lived in New Orleans for 20+ years with his wife and two children. Denis has had over 15 years of sales and project management experience.
As the CEO of IDScan.net, he has managed over 6,000 clients, including major companies in the oil and gas, automotive and technology industries. Denis believes that, “Life is meant to be enjoyed, and helping others find their place is one of its greatest gifts.”