Branddocs to offer Jumio solutions to Spain and Latin American clients

Branddocs has partnered with Jumio to offer the company’s solutions to its extensive client base in Spain and LATAM.

TrustCloud solution by Branddocs is used by many globally-recognized organizations including Logitravel, AON, BBVA, Banco Santander, Willis, XL Catlyn, and others to conduct secure digital transactions and archive them as a Trusted Third Party.

This significantly cuts down on the execution time of processing and shipping costs of transactions.

Jumio’s Netverify Trusted Identity as a Service (TIaaS) will work alongside Branddocs’ existing technologies to provide users with Netverify’s three core pillars of ID verification, identity verification and document verification.

“Jumio’s instant, trusted verification has fast become an essential tool in digital security,” Robert Prigge, CRO at Jumio, said. “We are pleased to partner with Branddocs, bringing our market-leading ID Verification, Identity Verification and Document Verification to Spanish and Latin American markets. Netverify will help Branddocs’ clients and partners to ensure that their customers are genuinely who they say are.”

The multi-layered technology will further reinforce Branddoc’s TrustCloud verification suite and help Netverify to further penetrate the Spanish and LATAM markets.

“Our clients rely on us to help provide trust. Electronic transactions depend on the sender and the receiver each knowing that the other is who they say they are,” Maria J. Hernández, general director at Branddocs for Spain and LATAM, said. “As the world becomes more digitised, digital signing continues to grow and Jumio’s innovative identity verification technology enables us to provide our customers with a strong, trusted proposition that fits smoothly alongside our existing TrustCloud solution.”

Branddoc TrustCloud offers identification, notification, eSignature and qualified archiving (e-Repository).

It allows multiple types of eSignatures — which include simple, advanced and recognized (qualified) — using biometric authentication such as facial recognition to facilitate simple identification for trusted transactions.

Previously reported, Jumio recently added eyeball tracking biometric capabilities to its trusted identity verification solution, Netverify.

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