Hoteza, an IT solutions provider for hotels, has integrated Incode’s biometric onboarding system into its solutions portfolio. Its Hoteza Guest Journey Platform now enables hotel guests to engage in a Self-Check-In process that uses facial recognition to match them to their official identity documents. The partnership extends Incode’s presence in the hospitality market, with the company having established partnerships with INTELITY and Jumeirah earlier this year.
The announcement means that the more than 500 hotels Hoteza has in its portfolio will now have access to Incode’s biometric facial recognition technology, allowing their guests the choice to streamline the check-in process before they arrive via email.
“We were looking for the best and the most secure partner to work with on our Self-Check-In solution, and we are thrilled to partner with Incode,” says Nikolay Beloshitsky, Hoteza CEO. “We are glad to have found an efficient and dedicated partner in the hospitality industry with a growth mindset to match our own.”
This is the most recent of a number of strategic growth announcements from Incode. Earlier this year the company announced Incode Workflow, a new tool that aims to help businesses customize consumer experiences based on risk level, and just last month the company partnered with fraud-prevention solutions provider Sardine to provide user verification to the financial services market.
November 9, 2022 – by Tony Bitzionis, with Alex Perala