Onboarding is the big theme in this week’s roundup of Mobile ID World’s most popular articles. And for good reason…
Onfido, for example, understandably got a lot of attention with a quarterly update in which it reported a 40 uptick on global sales and a whopping 264 percent sales jump in the US. The company specializes in selfie-based biometric onboarding, and has seen demand skyrocket during the COVID-19 pandemic:
Trulioo, another company active in the same selfie biometrics space, got some attention from Mobile ID World readers this week with its announcement that its COO, Zac Cohen, will discuss online gaming in the pandemic age in a webinar hosted by iGaming Business. Cohen will focus on the importance of user-friendly customer onboarding in this area:
Mobile ID World visitors were also interested in some news about another player in the selfie onboarding space. The firm, Mobbeel, had been selected by a Guatemalan online payments specialist to provide an onboarding solution for its platform:
Meanwhile, ID.me was pitching its mobile onboarding tech this week as a solution to the unemployment claim backlog that many state labor departments may be facing amid the COVID-19 pandemic. ID.me’s system is based on document recognition and device verification:
Finally, a bit of non-onboarding news proved highly popular this week, too. Readers were very interested in Mercedes’ announcement that it had upgraded its MBUX infotainment system with better voice controls and support for multimodal biometric authentication:
Stay posted to Mobile ID World next week as we continue to bring you the latest news and interviews from the exciting world of digital identity. To see the hottest stories of the week in biometrics, visit our sibling site FindBiometrics.