New app runs safe, secure background checks in parallel with data entry, strengthening identity verification efforts and the customer experience
Rancho Santa Margarita, CALIF – August 17, 2022 – Melissa, a leading provider of global data quality and address management solutions, today announced its partnership with ID-Pal, a global identity verification provider. Collaboration between the two companies has resulted in Melissa ID, a unique, fully-customizable, out-of-the box SaaS solution using a multi-layered approach that includes biometrics, facial matching, liveness testing, address verification, and document checks for automated identity verification.… Read More
Businesses need to know their customer details not only to be able to assess their needs but also to comply with governmental KYC and AML regulations. In Australia, any business that provides services listed under section 6 of the AML/CTF Act needs to perform a certain level of identification for all their customers. What’s more, AUSTRAC, the Australian Government agency is due to amp up the identification procedures and due diligence required.… Read More
With the transition to hybrid cloud technology accelerating across various sectors, the use of biometric technology has only been taken seriously over the past few years with the pandemic shining a spotlight on its benefits.
A major use case is remote onboarding of customers and clients, verifying their identity on a digital scale in a matter of seconds, rather than manual checks where a person would have to come in and present various forms of ID to a person. … Read More
Cryptocurrency is relatively young in the financial ecosystem but it has grown rapidly. As of 2021, there were over 300 million crypto users in the world. Many businesses have started accepting cryptocurrency as payment but most investors still use cryptocurrency to build assets akin to those held in the stock markets. As acceptability rises, so does the need for cryptocurrency exchanges to protect themselves and their clients.… Read More
Technology has made inroads in every section of health care. Wearable smart devices track your heart rate, oxygen levels, etc. Gone are bulky files- patient health records are maintained electronically and made available not just to doctors on their computers but on smartphone apps too. Doctors are even using technology to make a remote diagnosis. Then there are robotic surgeries and the use of Artificial Intelligence to personalize patient care.… Read More