During this digital transformation era, it is essential to provide your clients with a better user experience (UX). The client chooses which channel to use when interacting with your services: through the Internet or a mobile app, via a kiosk, or face-to-face. The key task for you is to create an opportunity and make it simple and secure. Without a doubt, it is completely impossible to do that by making your clients use outdated means to confirm transactions, such as SMS OTP (one-time password), push notifications, hardware or software OTP generators, static PINs, or even scratchcards.

  • Fraud caused by static PIN stealing, SIM swap, or social engineering attacks
  • Bad user experience due to the use of OTP or password input to confirm transactions
  • High cost of reputational risks in fraud-related cases
  • High cost of “classic” 2FA solutions themselves and their maintenance

The omni-channel solution allows your clients to confirm any digitally generated transaction with just one tap. It is easy, secure, and can be done right from your mobile app. It doesn’t matter where the transaction was created—via the Internet, mobile device, or kiosk—it will be confirmed in your mobile app using the highest level of protection.

  • Transaction confirmation reduced by 3.5 times
  • Level of fraud in mobile and online banking reduced by 70-75%
  • Annual expense reduction up to 30%


PayConfirm is a software platform that performs mobile transaction authentication signature (mTAS) to authenticate or confirm any type of operations, including transactions or e-documents, on a mobile device. Comparing to such methods of transaction confirmation as SMS, One-Time Password, scratch-cards, MAC-tokens and others, PayConfirm makes the process more secure and


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Single sign-on (SSO) refers to the ability of employees to log in once with one set of credentials and receive access to all corporate apps, websites, and data for which they have permission. Usually, when accessing corporate portals, SaaS services, or apps, employees log in with their credentials or use an approved authentication solution. While static PINs are very easy to compromise, employees are requested to change their passwords regularly. As a result, users lose or forget their credentials and the IT helpdesk is always overloaded with requests related to password updates.