How ID scanning Streamlines KYC Processes?
Identity verification has increasingly become a standard practice in many firms. Businesses need a m...
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Posted on Aug 31, 2023
ID scanning involves the process of collecting information from identity documents and converting it into a trackable, valid digital format. In today’s fast-paced world, ID verifications that rely on manual data entry and paper inspections are becoming time-consuming processes. When ID scanning is at issue, security is considered to be one top concern for businesses and customers as it includes most of the basic details. The technology of ID scanning has gone through drastic progress and has transformed from manual entry to digitally capturing data from them.
What is Smart-ID Scanning?
Smart ID scanning will help enterprises to capture identity data more quickly and accurately from their smart devices. This process reduces delays, disruptions, and human errors. Many industries like manufacturing, healthcare, and retail are relying on technology to integrate ID scanning capabilities into their operations that interact with customers and employees.
Scanflow offers a high-performing ID scanning SDK that can be integrated into any smart device and capture information from identity documents. It can be used to speed up any onboarding and security process by providing instant scanning results from your smart devices without the need for any external device. Even without an internet connection, one can scan IDs from any location. This will prevent time-consuming activities like manual data entry.
Scanflow ensures a safe and secure scanning solution that works for any identity documents like National IDs, Passports, Visa documents employee & customer cards.
Scanflow ID scanning SDK works on native mobile apps, web browsers, or any enterprise framework that helps to digitalize and automate procedures.
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Internal record keeping.
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