Harold Benjamin Selects LEM Verify to Provide Online Identity Verification
London based online identity verification provider LEM Verify announces that Harold Benjamin
Solicitors have selected the LEM Verify web based verification platform to reduce time and friction
for on-boarding new clients as part of their AML/KYC process in reducing fraud.
By using the secure LEM Verify web dashboard board Harold Benjamin can quickly send identity verifications requests to their clients (via Web, Email or SMS) to complete on their smartphone at their convenience, without the need to be present at the Harold Benjamin offices.
Operations Director of Harold Benjamin, Jamie Abrahrams, explained "The efficiency of this solution has effectively cut down the entire process of our Anti Money Laundering from a few days’ turnaround literally into a few minutes for people to be checked. This is a revolutionary technological achievement in client service delivery for this firm."
LEM Verify use cutting edge machine learning and facial recognition algorithms to ensure the identity documents belong to the person bering verified through their smart device. The omnichannel verification process can be setup in minutes without any IT experience and can connect to other systems, such as Smart Search AML at the click of a button.
Oliver Fattal, co-founder of LEM Verify, said: "Our technology empowers companies like Harold Benjamin to offer secure online identity verifications without any IT development or single use app that would be required with other solutions. This changes the landscape for SMEs processing online identity checks without the large barrier entry like other products."
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About Harold Benjamin
Harold Benjamin is one of the UK’s leading law firms specialising in commercial property development. In line with its reputation for being forward-thinking and client-focussed, the business has expanded its offering to include a broad range of legal services for business in general and also for individuals. In the last three years, overall turnover has doubled to £7.5m and the firm now employs 80 staff across two London sites, https://www.haroldbenjamin.com