The domestically developed, universal customer service points, in which we can manage our state administration, postal, banking and other matters safely and conveniently without human intervention, made their debut in Hungary for the first time. The Hungarian-owned FaceKom, which is preparing to go public, has developed a device equipped with high-tech, unique in the world called FaceKom Point. Zsigmond Bodnár, the founder and CEO of FaceKom, studied at Stanford and gained his professional experience in America before founding FaceKom’s predecessor in 2012. Finally, at the end of 2016, an opportunity arose in Hungary: according to an EU directive, the national banks of the member states had to enable remote identification by mid-June 2017, for which a tender was issued. Due to the coronavirus epidemic, many companies suddenly needed a software that can be used to manage affairs remotely and comfortably.
Mobile room with extras: FaceKom Points are “capsules” where it is possible to conduct completely private and convenient remote administration with the tools necessary for secure online customer identification. These accounts can appear in two ways: as your own customer service tailored to a specific company, and as a universal administration space that can be joined by several service providers. The latter will be the FaceKom Points, in which it will be possible to carry out banking, postal, state administration and public utility matters at the same time. You can pay a check or request a new identity card.