How to Build a Mobile-Ready App for AI-Assisted eKYC Customer Onboarding

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Joget inc.a global no-code/low-code open source application platform company is hosting a webinar in partnership with a certified AI (artificial intelligence) company Innov8tif Solutions Sdn Bhd. Entitled “How to Build a Mobile App Ready for AI-Assisted eKYC Customer Onboarding”, the webinar will focus on how companies can speed up their customer onboarding process through better data security using the electronic Know-Your-Customer (eKYC) system.

The event will take place virtually on Wednesday August 30, 2022, at 9 p.m. (Malaysia Time) through a Zoom webinar platform. Speakers include identity systems expert Neil Lim of Innov8tif and Aadrian Zarin of Joget, Inc.

The webinar will include a live demo on how to build an enterprise application incorporating AI functionality using the Joget no-code/low-code application platform in less than 30 minutes. The webinar will showcase Innov8tif’s EMAS eKYC product suite, which aims to energize and digitize the onboarding journey for enterprise customers. Built on the Joget platform, EMAS eKYC is an integrated digital identity verification technology that improves the customer experience by reducing the time needed to onboard eKYC customers.

eKYC is the process of electronically verifying a user’s information. With EMAS eKYC in place, businesses can automatically detect fraud and identity theft, as the solution can detect any manipulation of genuine identity images, content tampering and photocopy images. Implementing eKYC enables digital customer onboarding, anytime, anywhere. With real-time identity verification, businesses are able to securely verify their users, ensuring they are who they say they are by performing biometric facial validation with liveness detection .

Register now to attend the free webinar on www.bit.ly/eKYCWebinar.


This content is provided by Innov8tif Solutions Sdn Bhd.

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