Incode Partners with Spectrum Edge to Power a World of Trust for Malaysian Enterprises
Incode, has announced Spectrum Edge as its first Malaysian reseller via a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signing event recently.
This signals the continuation of Incode’s expansion in Asia Pacific via its powerful identity solution, Incode Omni. The Omni platform is used by the world’s largest financial institutions, governments, marketplaces, hotels and hospitals to customise their user experience while reducing security and fraud risk. This solution’s advantage is its passive liveness technology, facial recognition and, advanced deep learning techniques.
Incode VP of EMEA and APAC, Andre Stewart, stated that it was an easy decision to partner Spectrum Edge given its extensive customer base in relevant sectors.
“With Spectrum Edge’s support we are confident that we will supercharge our growth in Malaysia as we expand aggressively to meet the demand for our offerings across the Asia-Pacific region.”
MD of Spectrum Edge, Mohamad Reza Abd Hamid shared that his customers are constantly looking to accelerate their business growth by differentiating the customer experience digitally.
In fact, there is intensified urgency to explore advanced and secure identity verification and management solutions, he said.
Regional Sales Director for Incode, Eryin Halmen had described his company’s solution as enabling businesses and individuals to easily get to the products, information, and services they want without the hassle and fiction of passwords, PIN numbers, or 2-factor authentication (2FA).
He also shared, “Almost 80-percent of the world users ID verification one way or another. It is only a matter of time before the whole nation goes the same direction.
Malaysia already targets to have a digital government (with digitally delivered services to citizens) by end of 2024. There is target to have 90-percent tech penetration by 2025.”
All this spells that the local market should be ready to move with fast, seamless identity verification technology. This is good news for Incode which is the first company in the world to be certified by NIST for passive liveness technology, which is the capability to detect if an image is of a live person, without the person needing to do anything.