Data Quality? That’s not in my job description!

It may not be explicitly stated but ensuring your company has good quality data is part of your job role. Why? Because all of us depend on data to do our work and if this data contains errors, it makes your job more complicated. What would I need to do? You need to advocate for data quality. When you come…

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Fintech Connect 2018

Promising to be Europe’s most exciting fintech trade show, there was a real buzz surrounding Fintech Connect. The team had high hopes and we were not disappointed – Fintech Connect was a fantastic two days and we had a great time meeting other exhibitors and talking to a number of individuals about all things KYC and AML. Day 1 was…

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Fintech Connect – Excel, London

Fintech Connect is coming up next week and as we prepare for the show, we thought we would come to our blog to let attendees know what to expect from the team. This will be our second time at the event and as a leading fintech event, there will be a number of players in the fintech ecosystem attending the…

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Electronic Identity Verification Reduces Ecommerce Fraud by 90%

Ecommerce companies never seem to get ahead of sneaky fraudsters. Z1 Motorsports was no exception. Even after adopting an intensive 7-minute process to verify its customers, the company still suffered annual losses of $250,000, plus labor costs. Z1 realized something needed to be done - the automotive parts retailer called on Melissa for help with digital identity verification. After just one…

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The Generation of the mobile phone

Mobile phones sales have been increasing year in year out and the number of mobile users is expected to surpass five billion by 2019. It was estimated that approximately 63% of the world population owned a mobile phone in 2016 and this number is due to increase to 67% in 2019. This growth in mobile phone ownership demonstrates the need…

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What’s all the fuss about Big Data?

According to data analytics company SAS, big data is a term used to describe large volumes of data, whether structured or unstructured, that businesses deal with on a daily basis. Big data can be broken down into the three Vs: Volume: businesses collect data from various sources and with increasing use of the internet and social platforms, there is more…

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Another successful event for Team UK! #TFM18

Last week, the team had a fantastic time at Technology for Marketing 2018. It was fun-filled and jam packed two days but we couldn’t have wished for a better two days at the event. Although, getting to Olympia London was a slight issue with train delays running havoc on the event schedule, the team all made it in piece for…

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Digital Identity

The use of technology is enabling governments, institutions and organisations to uniquely identify individuals and with a digital identity verification process in place, which includes identity document authentication and biometric recognition solutions, the problem of the 1.5 billion people estimated to be without an official form of identity could be solved. The technology of digital identity could also be the…

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The Relationship between Data Governance and GDPR

According to the GDPR, personal data refers to any information related to a person including name, photo, email, address, bank details, social media updates, medical information and even IP addresses. It can come in various forms and contains several data elements. Data governance and GDPR are complementary as a strong data governance program is vital for GDPR compliance and with…

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