Verify users in geographies with the highest security requirements.
Live video authentication connects to your in-house or outsourced call centre.
Secure user onboarding, at scale
Effortlessly meet your regulatory requirements without compromising the user verification experience.
Automate your operational overheads
Reduce operational costs with a seamless plug-and-play locally compliant video KYC solution.
Stop fraudsters in their tracks
Verify any user by linking their face to their identity document with advanced image analysis and deep learning technology that’s built to stay ahead of fraudsters.
Implement live video KYC call verification with minimal training. Using our best-practice workflows and wording, your in-house or outsourced call centre representatives can collect the necessary KYC documentation to meet your local regulatory requirements.
Fully compliant with regulations
Securely verify users and store their data within your country’s jurisdiction. Our fully compliant video KYC solution can be embedded into your own app, or deployed as a standalone branded app.
Biometric verification technology
Like Apple’s live photo, OCR Labs captures the moments around the photo being taken and analyses it for liveness. We use technology including depth perception, miniscule movements from heartbeat, analysing light refraction from the face and background objects to determine liveness without trading the friction of a video challenge for the lower security selfie.
Our complete suite of technologies allow you to securely verify your users in seconds with just their ID and a smartphone.
Verify a user's identity document and safely onboard them, from anywhere in the world. We use deep learning rather than templates to verify almost any identity document.
Trust & Security
Trusted by governments and global businesses alike, OCR Labs is built from the ground-up with our own proprietary tech with security and user experience at the core of every design decision. Read more about how we keep your data secure.
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