Boundless chooses Passbase to deliver biometric onboarding for remote employees
Remote employment service provider Boundless has entered a partnership with Passbase to provide a seamless and secure biometric onboarding experience for a remote, international workforce, the company announced.
Boundless is a startup with remote employees across Europe that helps companies build an international remote team. By partnering with digital identity startup Passbase, Boundless no longer has to scan employee paperwork, and will instead provide fast onboarding and identity verification. Employees will provide a photo of their government ID and make a selfie video in the Boundless app for fast verification with facial recognition.
COVID-19 restrictions have led to some 58 percent of workers worldwide performing their tasks remotely, according to Forbes.
“Working with Passbase means we can offer a trustworthy experience to our customers and their employees,” said Emily Castles, CTO and co-founder of Boundless, in a prepared statement. “There is an increasing global trend towards remote working, one which has been accelerated as a result of Covid-19, and we believe this is the new norm.”
“Our mission at Passbase is to build the trust layer of the internet,” said Mathias Klenk, CEO and co-founder of Passbase, in the statement. “This is why we are particularly excited to be partnering with Boundless and helping them create a new standard of transparency and trust for remote employee onboarding.”
Last year, Passbase raised €3.3 million (US$3.6 million) in a Seed funding round to fuel the development of its full-stack biometric identity solution.