COVID-19, also known as coronavirus, is making people all over the world go helter-skelter and clueless. Moreover, with no vaccine in sight for at least the next 12-18 months, it seems the fight for rescuing humankind from this deadly virus has only just begun. With no real global consensus on the response mechanism, each nation is left to fend for itself when it comes to protecting its citizens.
A growing number of tech companies and IT pros are working in a variety of ways to help fight the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. As IT pros around the world go all-out to support a workforce that's suddenly fully remote, many technology workers and companies are also joining efforts to alleviate the COVID-19 crisis in various ways, including developing products to combat the virus, tracking and predicting its spread, and protecting hospitals and banks from cyberattacks.
Comprehensive Efforts at War Footing & Accura’s Involvement
The CSR efforts by tech companies like Accura has escalated. Given the fact of how this is essential, this year’s CSR initiative is fully devoted to fight against COVID. Right now, the biggest problem arises when the authorities are allotting protective gears like PPE, masks and gloves and identifying Covid-19 patients.
Amid the crisis, there is an immense shortage of these essential medical protective gears throughout the world. From the outset, the perceived need to ration our scarce resources seems to have driven the response to Covid-19. Rationing still appears to be limiting the ability of nurses and other frontline workers to access and routinely wear the PPE gear they need to do their job safely. In this situation, it becomes important for the authorities to allocate gears efficiently and accurately. Apart from PPE gears, Accura Scan KYC and Identification solution helps in identifying patients and meaningful distributions of essential services like food, medical and other supplies. Here is where Accura pitches in. This move is expected to benefit local communities especially hundreds of medical staff and healthcare workers in the frontline. For example, Again, rationing appears to have been part of the reasoning. No one has a problem in prioritizing the need for front line medical staff and workers in essential services to have the best masks.
“I am sure corporates will come forward in large numbers to make contributions for the cause and we, at Accura, believe this is our core responsibility towards our citizens and the global community," says Yasin Patel, Founder of AccuraScan.
Meanwhile, in the wake of this, Accura Scan, one of the most reputed firm in scanning technology for onboarding and KYC, has already stepped up its fight against Covid 19 and offer free ID verification for healthcare and government.
The integration process will be quite easy and seamless making it easy for the organizations to adopt the new process of online identity verification of relevant staff. The process of ID verification and face verification is designed keeping in view the diverse end-users who would verify themselves at any designated healthcare facilities.
Accura Scan, a pioneer in scanning technology is a perfect solution for the onboarding and KYC of the new customers. At Accura Technolabs, it is our mission to replace the manual KYC onboarding. You can check out more information about us here https://accurascan.com/download
A simple selfie will do your customer verification and authentication. Accurascan authentication is a new 3D technology for preventing identity theft. Our Authentication captures hundreds of images of people when they take a selfie video to verify themselves during high-risk online transactions. Creating a 3D identity map that can’t be spoofed.
100% OCR Accuracy. Scans the ID Card, Auto fill and Verifying the Document
Matching the User Selfie with the photo shown in the ID Card.
Was the person himself present while doing the transaction? or submitting KYC doucments? or while opening the account?
Accura Scan Identity Verfication gives result immediately in Real Time. Know your Real Customers