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iDenfy to provide remote biometric authentication for TalentClouds job candidates


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UK-based TalentClouds has chosen iDenfy’s biometric facial authentication technology to improve remote onboarding and verification for job candidates, the company announced.

The identity verification service reduces the time companies would normally spend onboarding candidates by uniting employers, recruitment companies and job candidates under one platform. The process is transparent and seamless, without frustration on either side, according to the announcement.

Established in 2015, TalentClouds will leverage the technology to improve workforce management. By integrating biometric facial recognition, candidates’ identity no longer has to be verified in person, as the entire process can be moved online and conducted remotely.

iDenfy’s identity verification platform combines liveness detection, ID verification and facial recognition to validate over 1,300 types of IDs from 200 countries. It can instantly detect forgery and tampering, and uses artificial intelligence and machine learning to detect facial biometric and validate ID photos.

“We’re pleased to announce the partnership with TalentsClouds,” said Domantas Ciulde, the CEO of iDenfy, in a prepared statement. “We’re sure our identity verification technology will help them fulfill their mission to create a responsive ecosystem for employers and candidates.”

iDenfy recently entered partnerships with Polish company mPay, The Bank of Lithuania and FaceTec.

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