Headquartered in San Diego, CA, Mitek (NASDAQ: MITK) is the leading innovator of mobile capture and identity solutions to improve customer acquisition. Mitek’s patented mobile photo technology automatically captures images of personal, financial and ID documents and then extracts relevant data. This enables consumers to use the Camera as a Keyboard™ to reduce friction for mobile check deposit, account opening, identity authentication and many other use cases. This innovative technology is licensed by more than 4,000 organizations and used by tens of millions of consumers enabling increased customer acquisition, retention and operational efficiency.
Amazing Mobile Capture Experiences, Made Easy by Mitek
Today’s consumers expect excellence in their mobile user experience and fintech is no exception. Fintech developers are under constant pressure to deliver new features and functionality at a breakneck pace. With the explosive adoption of mobile deposit, your customers are embracing their device’s camera as a tool to simplify their lives. Join Mitek, the inventor of mobile deposit, as we demonstrate how to build a simple mobile capture app leveraging our Android MiSnap SDK. Used by development teams in some of the biggest banks in the world, MiSnap powers millions of mobile transactions, and it can power yours too.
What You’ll Learn
- Learn to leverage the same technologies used by over 4,000 financial institutions and millions of users
- How to add an amazing mobile capture user experience to your app while minimizing development efforts
- Discover the many fintech use cases that can be supported by deploying Mitek products in your technology stack
Steve Craig drives product for Mitek’s market leading MiSnap SDKs. He has over 10 years of experience in the technology industry and has previously worked on SAAS and mobile solutions for Digital Insight, Intuit, and HP. Steve holds an MBA from the University of California, San Diego.
With over 13 years in the mobile industry, Ashok has worked internationally in different cell phone manufacturers, such as LG US, Siemens Germany, Samsung India, and BenQ Taiwan, programming on different mobile platforms to proprietary operating systems, and developing a number of applications.