Presigh, and TOTM Technologies to Exhibit its Innovations at ID4Africa 2023

Presight, a G42 company and TOTM Technologies are going to be exhibiting together at ID4Afica 2023.

Presight, a G42 company and the region’s leading big data analytics company powered by artificial intelligence, and TOTM Technologies, a global leader in identity management and biometrics, have announced that they will be exhibiting together at ID4Africa 2023. The event will take place from May 23-25 at the Edge Convention Center in Nairobi, Kenya.

Presight and TOTM Technologies will be showcasing their joint capabilities in providing end-to-end digital identity solutions which enable agencies to verify users on-the-go based on AI matching of biodata. The companies will also be demonstrating how their solutions can help governments in the African region achieve their digital transformation goals.

We are excited to be participating in ID4Afrcia to showcase how, in partnership with TOTM, a robust and dynamic digital identity platform is an essential cornerstone to developing a stronger and more inclusive, safer and resilient digital society. We will support governments across the African Continent with the adoption of digital identity solutions to help improve the lives of citizens now and in the future.

Thomas Pramotedham, CEO, Presight

We’re eager to showcase the partnership Presight x TOTM would bring to the largest and most significant digital identity focused event in the African continent. As a platform, ID4Africa advocates identity-for-all and TOTM Technologies, alongside Presight, would demonstrate how the IDaaS has helped governments build economic growth and accelerate digital transformation around the world.

Pierre Prunier, CEO, TOTM Technologies Limited

Founded in 2014, ID4Africa is the only Pan-African Movement that helps African nations build their strategic capacity needed for developing robust and responsible identity ecosystems in the service of development and humanitarian action. Since its inception, ID4Africa has advocated identity-for-all, not just as a legal right (consistent with SDG 16.9) but as a practical necessity for access to services. The Movement believes inclusive identity schemes built on the respect of privacy and human rights are essential for economic growth and government digital transformation.

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