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Launch of our manual processing centre for identity checks


Thanks to our automated identity verification services, we now validate more than 30 million documents per year. Based on Deep Learning algorithms, our solutions verify the authenticity of a document in real time and deliver a verdict in less than 12 seconds. To benefit from a reliable and complete KYC journey, our solutions then check the identity of the holder thanks to a facial recognition biometric analysis.

This means that we can verify almost all identity documents in a fully automated way. However, as you will have understood, there are still a small proportion of documents for which verification is incomplete, either because the document is not known to our automated services or because our algorithms are unable to extract the information from the document.

It is to meet these challenges that we are launching our manual verification service for documents and the identity of the bearer.


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A hybrid solution to check 100% of the KYC process flow


In addition to our automated identity verification offer, we now launch a manual verification offer. This provides manual document validation and facial recognition sessions, allowing 100% control of the KYC process flow. When the analysis cannot be finalised automatically, document fraud experts take over to complete the verification.

Our offer thus combines artificial intelligence and human expertise to guarantee you a reliable and complete KYC (Know Your Customer) process. All this while providing a smooth and seamless customer experience:

  • Document verification 7 days a week, 24 hours a day
  • A 5-minute manual treatment commitment
  • 100% verification and validation of the documents received
  • A complete analysis when uncertainty is detected
  • Manual validation of the biometric facial recognition analysis

Our hybrid offer thus enables us to meet our customers’ requirements in the best possible way. Better still, it allows us to anticipate the next referentials of government agencies such as ANSSI, BSI, or NASK, which will certify the identity verification solutions that companies will have to comply with. Indeed, in the framework of the requirements of the AML-FT Directive (Anti Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing), this reference system will require the various solutions to offer manual validation in addition to automatic document processing. Our offer of manual verification of identity documents therefore enables us to comply with future regulatory requirements.


A European manual treatment centre


Our manual document processing centre opens its doors in Iasi, Romania, a city chosen for its growth in IT services in 2019. As ARIADNEXT is a European company, we chose to locate our processing centre in Europe. Our centre is therefore located close to our various offices, and is also in full compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation, a regulation that aims to protect the personal data and privacy of European Union citizens.

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