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Facing Up To Biometric Challenge

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09 November 2018
 

Innovise Software and FaceID Biometrics have joined forces to add face recognition technology to Innovise’s biometric portfolio. Face recognition technology generally provides a faster, more secure way to confirm employee identity and attendance.

Integrating with Innovise’s workforce management solution - Timegate - this new collaboration will give Innovise customers increased choice and the opportunity to use and benefit from the very latest biometric technology. 

Innovise Software MD Graeme Hughes, explained the decision to select FaceID Biometrics as their facial biometric partner of choice: “The Timegate solution is a business-critical tool that our customers rely on. Our customers demand reliability and premium products and services from us. As such, we spend a great deal of effort vetting suppliers and partners. We need them to focus on quality in the way that we do. In FaceID we have found a partner who we believe will match the high quality, performance and reliability of Timegate.”

FaceID’s Dual Sensor technology provides 3D image performance, giving businesses a secure and accurate, visual record in less than one second per transaction.

FaceID MD Stuart Worthington said: “FaceID was first to market with its patented, embedded ‘Dual Sensor’ algorithm. It is recognised as one of the best performing systems on the market today. This agreement is key to our strategy of partnering with software companies who are leaders in their sector. Teamed with Timegate, the FM sector’s leading workforce management solution, this certainly is an exciting partnership.”

Picture: FaceID biometric technology partners with Innovise's Timegate.

Article written by Brian Shillibeer | Published 09 November 2018

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