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Incode Technologies Announces Expansion of Development Center in Serbia

Friday, 17. Jun 2022.

Incode Technologies, a startup which develops identity confirmation technologies for the needs of global companies, is announcing an expansion of its development center in Serbia in order to upgrade its access to this technology, based on the security of the data on the identity of people worldwide.

The growth of Incode is incited by the latest investment cycle, during which the company collected USD 220 million, based on an estimated value of as much as USD 1.25 billion.

This continues confirming the dedication of Incode to the development of the most modern technology, which revolves around their development center in Belgrade, which has tripled in the past year, with plans for a further growth acceleration, the press release says. These efforts will incite a continuous development of revolutionary, fully automated solutions based on artificial intelligence, which place user privacy first in the identification process experience, it is added.

– The technology that is developed in Serbia is the essence of our “One Identity Everywhere” vision, which transforms the way people experience their identity, while at the same time preserving the basic right of each user to control that data – said Jovan Jovanovic, a co-founder of Incode Technologies.

– We will continue developing the most advanced solutions and innovations here, at our Belgrade office, expanding the team and creating a technology which builds trust between companies and their users worldwide – Jovanovic pointed out and concluded:

– The strategy of investing in the right people and the best talents is precisely what drives the technology that we develop. By enabling our programmers to create solutions which make life easier and better for millions worldwide, we continue building one of the most experienced teams in this business.


Source: eKapija

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