Touchtech Payments makes its mark
Company authenticates online payments with progressive technology that uses fingerprints, retinal scans and e-signatures to identify customers
Dublin company Touchtech Payments is tackling the tricky problem of authenticating online payments with progressive technology that uses fingerprints, retinal scans and e-signatures to identify customers.
Its authentication solutions for online transactions, ranging from bill payments to loan agreements, netted the company a significant deal with the German bank N26 on a recent Enterprise Ireland trade mission to the country.
The company also has customers in Ireland, Britain, Finland and the Middle East, where it...
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