Deputy High Commissioner hosts UK identity management company’s Kenya launch

Botosoft launch in Kenya
Susie Kithens speaking at the Kenya launch of Botosoft Technologies. Photo: Twitter/SEMontgomery

Tonight, UK Deputy High Commissioner Susie Kitchens has been hosting the Kenya launch of UK company Botosoft Technologies on the lawn of her residence in Nairobi.

The British company are one of the world’s leading providers of bespoke identity management, document security, biometric verification and brand protection solutions.

They protect companies and organisations against fraud and forgery through their intuitive and seamless technology which secures and tamper proofs various goods and government services.

Established in 2011 with offices in London, wider Europe and Africa, they are members of the global Anti-Counterfeiting Group and partners with the World Customs Organisation.