Security breaches, fraud, and identity theft threaten banks and their customers. As new technologies emerge and thieves become more sophisticated, banks must update their security practices.
Banks around the world are already adopting biometrics to fortify security. In 2015 and beyond, more of them will use biometrics to exploit business opportunities including entering new markets and offering new or enhanced services.
This white paper presents some of the common implementation challenges banks face and best practices for overcoming those challenges. It also explains how biometrics can improve multichannel banking experiences and streamline internal operations.
- The emerging forces driving the growth of biometric banking
- Which countries have adopted each type of biometric solution
- How biometrics can improve mobile, online, in-branch, ATM, and social media banking
- How individual banks are using biometrics
- The many ways biometric technologies benefit banks and their customers
- Global, regional, industry, and implementation challenges
- Simple best practices that enable smoother rollouts
In the financial services industry, competitive differences are in the processes, not the products. Nagarro is engineering the processes that define Patrimonio Hipotecaria as a leader in our market. The Nagarro team surpassed every other vendor we talked to in terms of understanding how to approach our challenges and achieve our business goals.
Gerardo Morales, Project Manager