Solutions for the World in the Languages of the World

At SignD we see ourselves as a international team that solves international problems. Diversity of backgrounds, nationalities, cultures and languages constitutes the atmosphere that surround us in our daily activities at our headquartes in Vienna, and online with our colleagues in different global locations 🌍. The challenges that we tackle are global, as it is the extent of our customers and prospects. That´s why we consider that thinking globally is key to our success. How do you prepare yourself to address the challenges of a changing, hyper-globalized world? First, think global. Then, speak global.

Our team are the neurons that constitute our thinking. And the languages in our Platform are our way of being prepare to offer SignD´s solutions to the whole world. That’s why we are constantly working to make more and more languages available in our Quantum Platform. SignD´s Identity Solutions are available for almost every country in the world through passport or ID identification. As our SDK become available in more and more languages, SignD´s capability of delivering the best identity experience to business and users widens and improves, as it becomes a global identity experience.
We currently offer our services in 12 languages, including German, English, Polish, French, Italian, Spanish, Turkish, Arabic, Portuguese, Bosnian, Czech and Serbian. The simplicity of our SDK UI allow us to include new languages in record time when needed. More languages are about to come to nurture our global outreach through our products and services. But not only our user interface is multilingual.

Together with the addition of new languages, we are glad to inform that thanks to the development in the OCR API, SignD´s Quantum Platform is now able to perform OCR with Cyrillic characters. That means that now all our products involving Optical Character Recognition (OCR), such as reading of ID´s, but also cards, invoices or virtually any kind of standardizable document are able to recognize Cyrillic characters, and thus, read languages written with Cyrillic script. It is estimated that over a quarter billion people use Cyrillic-scripted languages. This opens not a window but a big door of opportunities to the world of the Slavic languages, including Belarusian, Bulgarian, Macedonian, Russian, Serbian, Bosnian, Ukranian, among many others.