Qashio has partnered with Facephi to further secure their digital identification processes. Qashio’s customers will now be able to use biometric technology by Facephi, marking the publicly traded company’s first contract and entrance into the Middle East. UAE and KSA-based users can now perform digital onboarding and identity verification without the risk of identity theft.
Facephi’s technology will provide Qashio’s corporate customers with an improved user experience and security when registering their employees to issue corporate credit and debit cards and authorising them to use the cards. The process will be secure, stable and easy for end users. Qashio users will need to take a photo of their ID card on both sides using their mobile device so that Facephi’s technology can read and capture their data using both Latin and Arabic alphabet characters. Users will then take a selfie from which Facephi will extract a biometric pattern of their face to compare it with the photograph on their official document, thus verifying their identity.
Jonathan Lau, CPO & Co-Founder of Qashio, commented: “Partnering with an established provider like Facephi, which already provides its services to global banking giants such as Santander & HSBC, allows us to provide services in both English & Arabic across multiple countries, and elevates our offerings by bringing global security and KYC standards to clients in the region. Facephi’s biometric technology will help us develop our processes in a more agile, quicker and easier way, with the peace of mind that we will avoid digital identity theft attacks.”
Enrico Montagnino, General Manager of Facephi EMEA, values this contract signing as “an important milestone in the company’s expansion strategy. One year ago, we made a commitment to commercialise our solutions in EMEA and this first contract signing with a fintech company in the region shows that we are on the right track.”