Facephi launches FinTech Qashio in KSA and the UAE


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Facephi has announced that it will use Qashio to introduce its biometric identification solutions in Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. Facephi’s EMEA subsidiary has just signed its first contract with a Middle Eastern company.

Qashio claimed that by using Facephi’s technology, its corporate customers will benefit from increased user-friendliness and security when registering their staff to receive and be authorized to use corporate credit and debit cards. Customers of Qashio’s financial services platform will be able to strengthen the security of their digital identification procedures by utilizing Facephi’s biometric technology.

Users from the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia can complete digital onboarding and identity verification without worrying about identity theft.

Read More: Facephi enters KSA and UAE with FinTech Qashio

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