Mastercard today announced a partnership with Signzy, a leading RegTech startup based in India, to enable Signzy’s video-based KYC (Know Your Customer) solution for its banking customers.
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With this partnership, Mastercard customers will benefit from a completely paperless, remote and secure onboarding solution for end-users.
Deployment of Video KYC will allow end-users to complete and submit their KYC application from the safety and security of their homes. This would be 99% faster than the traditional paper-based KYC process. Backed by artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) technologies, Signzy’s Video KYC solution features security protocols to prevent unauthorized system intrusion or attempted fraud. Further, the solution offers industry-leading scalability to deal with high volumes of video KYC transactions.
In India, this launch will further Mastercard’s goal to drive inclusive growth via financial inclusion by enabling individuals and small businesses to go online. Earlier this year, the payments technology
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Mastercard, a global technology company in the payments industry, has partnered with Signzy, a RegTech startup based in India, for global rollout of Signzy’s video-based KYC (Know Your Customer) solution for its banking customers.
With this partnership, Mastercard customers will benefit from a completely paperless, remote and secure onboarding solution for end-users. It maybe recalled that Reserve Bank of India (RBI) had in January this year amended its KYC norms allowing banks and other lending institutions regulated by it to use Video based Customer Identification Process (V-CIP), a move which will help them onboard customers.
Signzy’s Video KYC solution will enable end-users to complete and submit their KYC application from the safety and security of their homes. This would be 99 per cent faster than the traditional paper-based KYC process. Signzy is an Artificial Intelligence-powered Robotic Process Automation platform for financial services.
In India, this launch will further
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On Sept. 18, TikTok user and designer Karim made a video that essentially served as a job application to help Dobrik with his latest venture.
That venture, launched in December 2019, was a social media platform similar to Instagram, only this one was exclusively for unedited and unfiltered photos similar to the ones on disposable cameras.
He also came up with a catchy name for the app: Dispo.
“Dude when you said Dispo I literally screamed. We’ll be reaching out!” Dobrik commented on Karim’s first video on Sept. 19.
On Oct. 7, the Wall Street Journal reported that Dobrik’s app had received $4 million in seed funding from Reddit founder Alexis Ohanian’s new venture fend Seven Seven Six.
The official name of the app? Dispo.
According to Karim, Dobrik and Natalie Mariduena, Dobrik’s assistant and business parter, saw the designs and “loved them” .
However, after a “brief correspondence,” Karim
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MADRID, Oct. 6, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Worldwide launch | October 15 | Sign up now for free!
On October 15, Gamelearn, the market leader in using video games for corporate training, will unveil the Editor, the first-ever authoring tool that allows users to create their own training video games — all in just a matter of hours and without having to write a single line of code.
Gamelearn is excited about the possibilities of its new technology, which is a culmination of more than 15 years of experience in the field. “Now, any company, instructional designer, consultant, business school, university, etc. will have the power to turn their training content into fun, professional-grade video games their employees or students will actually love playing.” says Gamelearn CEO Ibrahim Jabary.
This groundbreaking new tool democratizes the entire process of video game creation. It used to take millions