Jumio releases web and mobile document verification solution

February 10, 2017 - 

Jumio has released Netverify Document Verification, the industry’s first web and mobile document verification solution.

Netverify Document Verification is a seamless, accurate and cost-effective way to scan important documents to provide an extra layer of identity verification.

The solution can be used for scanning documents such as utility bills to provide proof of address or bank statements that provide pertinent information such as account balance and account number to help with KYC and AML requirements.

Users can scan folded, wrinkled, or even crumpled documents to extract the document’s data with strong results.

As the latest product of Jumio Netverify Trusted Identity as a Service, customers can now use the identity verification solution that combines biometric facial recognition, facial image matching, ID verification, and document verification to ensure the physical identity matches the real world identity.

“Jumio’s mission is to solve the challenge of identity verification in the digital world,” said Jumio CEO Steve Stuut. “With our Netverify Trusted Identity as a Service we allow companies to implement the level of identity verification they need for their business and meet regulatory requirements while establishing a safe, secure, and satisfying user experience.”

Netverify Trusted Identity enables businesses to provide the highest level of accuracy and fraud detection without falsely rejecting potential customers.

With Netverify Trusted Identity as a Service, customers have a complete identity verification solution that can be tailored to fit their specific business requirements.

Previously reported, Jumio was awarded the title of Austrian start-up of the year in the Central European Start-Up Awards.

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