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ID Verification

The 6 Steps To Implementing ID Verification

Have you ever found yourself between the devil and the deep blue sea? If not, then being tasked with integrating an ID verification solution into your applications may be the way to find yourself there. It is a technical process and not out for the public. Unlike most things we can do through trial and error, incorporating an ID verification solution demands absolute knowledge and following the proper steps. No room for guesswork here.

Suppose you have made successful steps and advancements in your technical framework, and everything is ready to have you take your solution to the consumption of the public or to have it employed. In that case, you must follow a carefully outlined procedure to ensure the outcome’s success.

  1. Expert Validation

Expert validation is integral to successfully implementing an identity verification solution. Any mess here can be very costly and may suddenly bring things down, tumbling. Before settling on one, conduct diligent research on correctly choosing your automated identity verification service. 

Expert validation provides crucial information on co-opting ID verification, explicitly identifying the language that should be used and the onboarding procedures. The vagueness of the theoretical assumptions can be cleared here by actual testing using true and untrue documents to see the significance level of your proposed solution.

3. Experimentation


Experimentation or the testing phase is also critical and, in a way, a continuation of the second phase. It serves its purpose quite well as it allows you to run controlled intermediate tests for the proposed ID verification solution and helps you to know areas of improvement and loopholes to seal. 

Experimentation also helps to internalize shocks that would instead come too late and gives time to correct them effectively and timely. In simple terms, the testing phase could be likened to the scientific control experiments, preparing the technical team for a fully flagged exposure to tackle unforeseen problems. 

4. Co-opting of the Ultimate Solution

Once the experiments have been deemed satisfactory, or sometimes, you are simply at the end of your wits, and nothing is readily presenting a need for improvement, you can now co-opt the ultimate solution to your application. Amalgamate the languages and the technical bits accordingly in harmony with measurable outcomes in the testing stage. 

Such means as javascript and iframe integration could be helpful, especially for websites. APIs (application programming interfaces) can be integrated effectively here following the suitable solutions previously tested. This stage has no room for mistakes; hence painstaking diligence should be accorded.

5. Output Launch

Everything is ready, and you are ready to ring the dinner gong. You have done the hard work and are ready to take your solution to the world. Output launch refers to establishing your presence in the production framework. Hosting your solution where those who need it can access it. Production is the ultimate goal that keeps you pushing; therefore, there are all reasons to do it well.

Production should be able to align with the expectations of the target users, and at this stage, you should be available to solve any issues raised, which in most cases has to do with the lack of technical know-how from the users. This should be a week-long process to help handle any surprises and emerging issues for prompt action. 

6. Non-stop Innovation

Innovation is not an automatic sequence but rather a step up in the quality of what is existing and in use. It is innovation in the very sense, which means improving what already exists. It is refining and optimizing the solution to acquire precision and tact.


Effective optimization requires you to keep abreast with the key performance indicators of the proposed solution (KPIs). Optimization will help you to know where to tighten the noose. It is not a one-day event but a continuous accompaniment to the solution as long as you must avoid obsolescence and compete effectively.


The step of implementing identity verification is an engaging task. Implementing conceptualized ideas requires careful and competent technical skills, super leadership, and management skills. Knowing precisely what you are supposed to do is a non-negotiable requirement here and will prove the difference between the successful and the doomed. I recommend the above steps to help you develop the best solution.

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