iDenfy provides biometric capability to Paymento Financial SA

iDenfy is partnering with Polish FinTech brand Payment Financial SA.

The company announced that it will be partnering with FinTech Paymento Financial SA, providing the Polish company with its biometric facial recognition software.

By partnering with iDenfy, Paymento Financial SA will now be able to provide its users with a smooth and automated verification process. This will significantly speed up payment and verification through state-of-the-art artificial intelligence and facial recognition.

iDenfy software is able to recognise a wide array of documents from over 200 countries and territories. Working in real-time, it will ensure companies utilising the Paymento Financial SA services will be able to quickly determine the identity of users and whether the supplied information is fraudulent or incorrect.

iDenfy CEO Domantas Ciulde said: “We are really pleased to be partnering with Paymento Financial SA. Their wide range of FinTech solutions are designed for the modern world of e-commerce, which makes identity verification a crucial aspect in keeping fraudulent activity to a minimum. Our software will help them to undertake these check-in real-time, improving both security and overall customer experience.”

Andrzej Poniński, CEO at Paymento Financial SA added, “Since our launch, we strive to provide banks and financial institutions with a product to help them enter the payment business. This requires a smooth and automated verification process, which the iDenfy software provides. Thanks to this innovative software, we will be able to enhance our customer experience and streamline the process of onboarding the customer.”

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