Tecalis will be at the Mobile World Congress Barcelona 2022 with physical presence in Hall 4 Stand 4C100. As part of Tecalis' commitment to technological innovation and the promotion of the software development area, the company will develop an intense agenda of activities in the 2022 edition of the MWC, to be held between February 28 and March 3.
Tecalis, which has recently revamped its digital product stack to offer a holistic platform that encompasses all phases of the customer journey - in addition to associated corporate operations - will bring to the event a detailed and targeted proposal for each industry and functional business area.
Tecalis' proposal for MWC includes the presentation of agile and affordable systems, easily integrated in SaaS model under a unified platform. It includes, the most demanded technologies in all sectors: Identity Verification (KYC/AML - Digital Onboarding), Electronic Signature (eIDAS), Certified Communication, Authentication (MFA&SCA Strategy, KBA, and Biometrics), Anti-Fraud Controls (Prevention, Analysis, and Risk Management) and Automation (RPA&BPM, End-to-End Digital Transformation).
These fields are approached from a holistic perspective that enables our customers to grow, develop and expand while increasing their productivity, efficiency, and security. Tecalis digital products are based on Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning.
On the other hand, after acquiring a presence in the 4 largest telecommunications operators in Spain (Telefónica (O2), Orange, Vodafone, Más Móvil and their associated brands), Tecalis comes to MWC with a unique and differential proposal for the telecom sector. Tecalis is the first technology startup to provide software simultaneously to all operators with operator licenses (non-MVNOs).
This allows Tecalis to present at MWC The First Software Bundle Deploy&Go for the telecommunications sector. Telecom businesses can transform their business model completely in less than 3 months without impacting their IT teams with a cross-channel solution that allows them to remove and automate operations as important in the sector as SIM activation, swapping, management of the point of sale or the contracting of products and services, among many others.