24.02.2021 - Innovation, Startups

Latvian startup Atom collaborates with Estonian unicorn Veriff

With the growing number of shared scooters, bikes, mopeds and cars on streets, fraud-prevention and ID verification problems become highly important. Recently, several European cities required local operators to verify user identity even for shared kick-scooters. Latvian startup ATOM Mobility and Estonian unicorn Veriff found a solution by putting both products together.

ATOM Mobility provides reliable and proven white label technology helping companies to launch and scale shared mobility platforms. Currently they are serving customers in over 18 countries worldwide.

Veriff is building the infrastructure for trust online – it allows any website and mobile application to match a person with their government-issued ID. With the help of artificial intelligence, Veriff analyses thousands of technological and behavioural variables in seconds, currently verifying people from 190+ countries.

In order to verify users’ identity and check that they have the necessary documents to enjoy shared mobility services, Veriff speeds up the verification process by choosing automatic document reviews. Veriff’s API enables ATOM Mobility to integrate verification processes directly to mobile apps making the process as smooth as possible for the rider. It takes less than 2 minutes to automatically verify the document.

It is easy also for customers to add Veriff to shared mobility app. Afterwards users will be asked to verify their documents such as ID, passport, driver’s license before taking their first ride. It is possible to choose which type of documents has to be submitted. The process is straightforward – users will submit photos of their documents and Veriff will do the rest notifying clients of the verification process and outcome.

Source: labsoflatvia.com

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