Mobile Responsive Video and Audio Auction Webcasts with Single Sign-On for your Users
Live & Interactive Auctions
From one simple online console BidStream lets you start live webcast auctions, clerk in realtime, show bids and their source on the room screen and online, whilst admin users view a live track of hammer results. and % of sale value against estimate.
No need for multiple logging in
BidStream is a truly single sign-on solution meaning that your clients can register, leave commission bids, interact with timed sales, leave advanced autobids, bid on the live video webcast auction and view and pay their invoices with a single set of credentials all in one place!
Bid Anywhere on any Device
Unlike other auction webcast platforms BidStream works with video and audio on any browser and any mobile device making it super easy for clients to register, watch, listen and bid at your auctions wherever they are!
Bidstream illustrates auction fees in real time for every active bidder at the individual lot level; plus our optional total spend limit wizard warns bidders when they approach a self imposed total hammer limit during the live auction..
Bidstream KYC Compliance For User Registration and Approvals
AML5 and Knowing Your Customer
It's very important to adhere to the new anti-money laundering protocols in the EU, and BidStream has an AML5 compliant registration process for all online clients. We offer multiple pre-auction registration options including phone verification and card tokenisation, alongside ID uploads and PEP declarations for compliance teams.
Setting Approvals at the Auction Level
BidStream includes an auction approval console that allows your team to pre-approve and live approve registered bidders for a timed or live sale and to block and eject rogue bidders in real time.
When combined with our card tokenisation system you can be in complete control of your fraud risk process.
With the new 10K limit, are you sure that you have made the necessary checks and store data to back these up?
Can you track the lifetime value of a client to see whether there are any buying trends that might trigger an AML investigation?
Do you have protocols in place to manage vendors and understand their position in relation to AML5 over time?