In order to let Uqudo user to confirm his or her identity, Uqudo perform something called "enrolment process". The enrolment process is a crucial aspect of the Uqudo platform, designed to verify the identity of users and provide a secure and reliable service. This process involves the collection of user documents and biometric data, which is then subjected to a series of checks to ensure the accuracy and authenticity of the information provided.
To be more precise, the summary of steps are:
  • Scanning the document (mobile and tablet only) or uploading a picture/scan of document (enforced for desktop, configurable for mobile and tablet)
  • NFC scan (Optional)
  • Facial recognition (Optional)
  • Background check (Optional)
  • Lookup verification (Optional)
Describing the above in more details, product's enrolment process involves the following series of steps:
  • Document capture: Users can scan identification document using their mobile or tablet devices. On desktop, document upload is enforced, while on mobile and tablet devices, this feature is configurable.
  • NFC Scan: This step is optional and involves the use of NFC (Near Field Communication) technology to fetch data encoded in a document's chip. Users can opt to perform an NFC scan as part of the enrolment process.
  • Facial Recognition: Our product also provides an optional facial recognition step where users can verify their identity using facial biometrics.
  • Background Check: Users can choose to perform a background check as part of the enrolment process. This feature helps to verify an individual's identity and assess any potential risks of enrolment of such person.
  • Lookup Verification: Our enrolment process also supports lookup verification, which involves cross-referencing user data with trusted third-party sources to confirm the accuracy of user-provided information.
By incorporating these steps into the enrolment process, our product provides a comprehensive and secure means of verifying user identities and facilitating effective onboarding.