The Mexican National Team Welcomes Incode Technologies

Translated from the original post from Mexican Football Federation

The Mexican-led digital identity verification and authentication unicorn joins the Mexican Football Federation (FMF) family to promote the growth and development of national soccer. 
 The Mexican National Team added Incode Technologies as one of its sponsors for the world's greatest soccer institutions. 
The alliance between Mexican-led digital identity verification and authentication unicorn and the FMF, was announced today by Ricardo Amper, Founder and CEO of Incode, José Romano, General Director of Sales of the FMF, and Beatriz Ramos, General Director of Communication and Marketing of the FMF. 
"We are very proud to be sponsors of the National Team starting with this World Cup in Qatar, as a company with Mexican DNA. Our mission to power a world of trust, is based on the social value supported and embraced universally across industries by everyone. This partnership with the Mexican Football Federation enables us to support Mexican sports at such an exciting time,” said Amper. 
A company like Incode Technologies joining the FMF family will create a better and more memorable experience for fans. 
"One of the five strategic drivers of the Mexican Football Federation, (in addition to sports success, sports justice, institutional relations and social responsibility), is effective and comprehensive innovation, which is why today we are pleased to partner with Incode, a company with which we share the same passion and commitment that we have for Mexico and for Mexicans,” said Ramos. 
Romano commented that soccer in Mexico will continue to be promoted with this alliance.  

“Today we begin a journey with Incode, the Mexican-led identity verification and authentication unicorn. An association like this represents great support for all our national teams for their development and growth,” he expressed. 
Incode's world-class, Mexican-led technology is based on artificial intelligence and is the only one that has a "passive life test" certified by the National Institute of Standards and Technology in the United States (NIST), which allows identity verification for real people. 

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