How Axon Wireless is Reducing Fraud and Identity Theft with Their Customer Enrolment Solutions

Justin Lipshitz from Axon Wireless met with TechAfrica News to discuss the future of customer enrolment solutions in Africa.

Taking the opportunity to meet in person during AfricaCom, TechAfrica News discussed with Justin Lipshitz, CEO at AXON Wireless the future of customer enrolment and how to reduce fraud and identity theft in Africa.

AXON Wireless is one of the leading technology partners for large-scale customer enrolments for Telecommunication and Financial Services in emerging markets. With more than 12 years in the industry, they have helped various industry giants with their biometric devices and solutions, and AI-powered machine vision to help customers enroll securely and with ease.

In the course of their conversation, Justin shed some light on their long relationship with AfricaCom and their intention to connect with a larger customer base and potential partners. We got more insights for their solutions, including biometrics solutions for combating identity theft problems and spoof attempts on devices. During AfricaCom Axon Wireless was showcasing “Saturn”, one of their latest biometric solutions and shared their plans for expanding their African footprint.

“The journey for Africa as a continent has been an interesting one. In some cases, they have leapfrogged the rest of the countries with the introduction of payment technologies like M-PESA and mobile money. Along with this, there has been development on the telecommunications side with no need arising to introduce landlines. So from our side what we have had to do is work with local partners since many countries have localized flavors or specific problems that they are trying to solve. So we want to work with those partners to help bring innovative products to our customers. Secondly, we have been working with group companies, there are many with a strong presence across the continent and deliver solutions within their geographies and territories.”

Justin Lipshitz, CEO at AXON Wireless

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