WHO: Michael Strange, Chief Technology Officer, Mitek
WHAT: Session at DevCon5: Mobile Development: Customer Enrollment using Mobile Web and Mobile Imaging
As smartphone and tablet adoption continues to accelerate, mobile web utility is expanding. Mobile imaging is a huge trend, driving consumer adoption through the convenience of “just snapping a picture”. In this session, Michael Strange will explore the intersection of mobile imaging trends and the current state of mobile web technology. In particular, attendees will hear an outline for technical architecture, best practices and implementation suggestions to streamline customer enrollment using mobile web. The opportunity to target and onboard new customers quickly and easily is a valuable use case, and a compelling example of the intersection of mobile web and mobile imaging.
WHEN: Wednesday, July 24 at 3:30 p.m. (EDT)
WHERE: DevCon5 Conference
The Kimmel Center at New York University
ABOUT: Headquartered in San Diego, CA., Mitek (NASDAQ: MITK) is a mobile imaging software solutions provider that allows users to remotely deposit checks, pay their bills, get insurance quotes, and transfer credit card balances by snapping a picture with their camera-equipped smartphones and tablets instead of using the device keyboard. Mitek’s technology increases convenience for the consumer by eliminating the need to go to the bank branch or automated teller machine, and dramatically reduces processing and customer acquisition costs while increasing customer retention. With a strong patent portfolio, Mitek is positioned as the leading innovator in mobile imaging software and currently provides its solutions to Fortune 500 financial services companies. For more information about Mitek, please visit http://www.miteksystems.com.
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