Identity Verification and Authentication
What is identity verification and authentication?
Are your customers who they pretend to be?
Today, identity is no longer simply linked to a first and a last name. It is a much more complex issue.
Knowing whether your customer’s data is correct is of utmost importance for companies, especially when doing digital business. After all, you don’t get to look your customer in the eye. All you have are accounts with data entered by your customers. But is the entered data correct?
Our innovative solutions for address management and bank account validation improve the quality of your data and avoid unnecessary costs related to returns, payment defaults or even fraud.
But a modern and comprehensive identity management doesn’t stop here. Identity theft is a problem both for online shops and end users, albeit one that can be prevented. Customers leave a unique digital footprint with their online activity that can help you authenticate and instantly recognize legitimate customers. Both, returning and first-time users can be welcomed with open arms.
Why do I need identity verification and authentication
Reduce fraud losses
Discovering false identities and false information will help you differentiate between fraudulent and legitimate data and activity.
Prevent identity theft by controlling who has access to your users’ attributes, securing personal data and managing transactions.
Minimize costs related to incorrect customer data
Reduce your costs for returns and payment defaults through address and bank account data verification.
A 360° view of your customers‘ identity
The use of false data, whether willingly or unwillingly, can occur in many different ways. We have a holistic view of identity and are therefore able to offer solutions that help you identify your customers, protect their personal data and improve the quality of your databases.
Bank Account Validation
Increase payment security for direct debit by identifying non valid bank accounts.
Biometric authentication using machine learning algorithms, acting as an invisible two-factor authentication.