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Suvrat Joshi joins Veriff as Senior Vice President of Product

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Suvrat Joshi joins Veriff as Senior Vice President of Product

We are thrilled to announce Suvrat Joshi joining Veriff as Senior Vice President of Product. As a part of Veriff’s senior leadership team, Joshi will be responsible for leading the company's product strategy and spearheading Veriff’s next generation of product offerings to continue to support the evolving needs of Veriff’s existing and new global customers.

What is optical character recognition? (OCR)

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What is optical character recognition? (OCR)

Today’s OCR technology is far more advanced than early versions of the technology. This is because today’s advanced solutions have the ability to deliver near-perfect OCR accuracy and can be used to automate complex document-processing workflows.

Optical vs biometric passports

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Optical vs biometric passports

Although optical passports were incredibly popular in the 1980s and 1990s, most have now been replaced by biometric passports in order to increase and reinforce the security of personal information.