The SaaS platform helping businesses reduce fraud, and build customer trust and insight.
Recognised as a Global Innovator in Biometrics as a Service (Markets and Markets, 2017)
Nominated and Shortlisted for Mobile and Security Innovation of the Year (National Technology Awards, 2018)
Why Smile Pass
In a world in which many businesses are struggling to control the impact of fraud, social engineering and theft, as well as know their customers and connect with customers in a personalised way, we enable our clients to create trusted communities with their customers, suppliers and employees.
How It Works
SmilePass provides verification as a service to businesses. Using a combination of biometrics and other secure methods, our clients are able to create unique and secure biometric profiles for each of their customers at the beginning of their relationship. Any future transactions or events that contain risk can be easily verified against this profile.
Significant reduction in fraud and theft related costs
Customers know they’re in a trusted relationship
Compliance with the new GDPR legislation providing customers with more control over their data
A secure, auditable trail of transactions – accountability and liability are clear
Easy, fast, low cost implementation – clients are up and running with days
How we Secure your Information
Biometrics are not infallible. There are many examples of hackers modelling fingerprints, fooling face biometrics with pictures and videos and intercepting communications between device and server and more. Security is as important to us as it is to you. That’s why, together with our partners, we’ve created a highly secure “spoof” prevention solution.
Our Partners And Affiliates
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