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Acuant releases no-code biometrics for business ID verification and regulatory compliance

 

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Acuant has launched a suite of no-code solutions for easy biometric identity verification, know your customer (KYC) and anti-money laundering (AML) compliance.

The new Acuant GO gives customers the capabilities of Acuant’s Trusted Identity Platform with what the company says is the fastest go-to-market method possible. Businesses of all sizes can upgrade their existing workflows or build a new one from scratch without calling on significant technical resources or utilizing a lengthy integration process. The whole process can take as little as a few hours and handle unknown or unexpected transaction volumes, according to the announcement.

Solution packages provide biometric liveness, identity, risk and compliance scoring, and can be chosen and tailored by use case and risk level. Acuant provides expert guidance and access to its patented eDNA digital identity engine for robust fraud prevention.

“Acuant GO has been in the works for some time, but it has become the go-to solution for this time we are in, we always knew where we were headed, this just accelerated the need for our goal- providing agility and speed without compromise when it comes to identity proofing, especially for remote transactions,” said Yossi Zekri, President and CEO of Acuant. “We want to empower businesses of all sizes in all industries to fight fraud with leading technology, technology that can be implemented in a few hours, not months.”

Businesses can use Acuant GO to build company-branded forms, keep up with evolving global regulations, and provide optimal customer experiences with fully-automated AI solutions. Acuant GO solutions are compliant with GDPR and CCPA out of the box.

The company is holding a webinar on November 12 to introduce its new software.

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