Backbase wins ‘Best of Show’ at Finovate Fall 2016

Our 60-Second Onboarding demo has been awarded Best of Show at Finovate Fall in New York on 8-9 September. The demo leverages the latest modern mobile technology for simplified Know Your Customer (KYC) and seamless data-gathering technologies, such as Optical Character Recognition (OCR) for scanning passports or credit cards combined with facial recognition.

Powered by the Backbase Platform, the new solution will introduce true omni-channel onboarding across mobile, tablet and desktop. Banks will now be able to leverage these generic patterns and adopt Backbase best practice for a fast, simple, seamless omni-channel customer journey.

If you’d like to know more about our 60-Second Onboarding concept, check out our press release here.

We would like to thank everyone for the support and great feedback we’ve received so far. In case you missed it, or didn’t attend Finovate Fall this year, watch the video below …

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