BASIS ID to support SMEs with free identity verification service

BASIS ID will dedicate 1 million free verifications to companies from APAC to help them recover from the crisis.

During this difficult time, COVID-19 is restricting face-to-face contact between people, whereas the necessity to conduct customer identification and verification remains. Moreover, ensuring security of relations with the clients and partners has never been so important for SMEs. BASIS ID will support enterprises from APAC by dedicating 1 million free identity verifications.

"We have made a decision to support companies in our economic region, as they still need to operate during the pandemic and require identity verification. We have always been working on organising long-distance customer onboarding and we take the opportunity to contribute to recovery by sharing our expertise with the entrepreneurship community," said Akim Arhipov, co-founder and CEO of BASIS ID.

With the pandemic crisis affecting businesses, entrepreneurs need to unite in order to adapt to the new reality and organise effective remote operation, including customer onboarding.

The 1 million free verifications for APAC program will last until the end of June 2020.

For interested individuals, you can apply at www.basisid.com/1mln

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