AS•NET joins Ipsidy Partner Network to resell biometric solutions in Latin America

Ipsidy and American Smart Systems & Networks (AS•NET) announced today the companies intention to integrate Ipsidy’s biometric identity and authentication solutions to the AS•NET platform, and that AS•NET will join the Ipsidy Partner Network to offer the solutions to its clients in Latin America. The parties have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU), with a view to entering into a definitive agreement shortly.

AS•NET, a Colombian company that designs, develops, and implements advanced transaction solutions, plans to integrate Proof and Verified into its platform to expand its product suite of data processing solutions and help customers reduce fraud. Proof is selfie biometric and government ID check customer KYC and onboarding service and Verified is a mobile multi-factor biometric authentication solution.

“We are excited to work with Ipsidy and incorporate their innovative biometric identity technology into our platform,” says Jose Fernando Rodriguez, CEO of AS•NET. “We look forward to being an early leader in the Colombian and regional markets with solutions that help our clients, financial institutions, reduce risk and fraud, and better protect their customers and end users’ accounts. We believe that Ipsidy’s solutions will provide our financial clients with secure identity authentication that achieves these goals.”

“We are delighted to be working with AS•NET to offer our identity solutions in Colombia and the region,” adds Philip Beck, CEO of Ipsidy. “We believe that the integration of our respective solutions can provide a powerful combination to AS•NET’s customers.”

Beck commented the importance of the Latin America market in Ipsidy’s Q2 2019 earnings report.

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