Simply Biometrics Targets Growing Security Solutions Market
www.simplybiometrics.com features over 100 of the most robust products from leading companies such as Ingersoll Rand, Panasonic, Hitachi, Fujitsu, Sagem, Bioscrypt, CrossMatch and L1.
The site allows systems integrators, installers and security consultants to purchase biometric security products such as hand, fingerprint, face, iris or vein recognition which are becoming available in lower volumes as technology becomes more affordable.
Neil Norman CEO of Simply Biometrics said: "This kind of hi-tech security technology is increasingly being adopted by larger businesses and operations which require high security solutions.
"The products sold by Simply Biometrics have not widely been available on this basis until now. The site allows customers to buy a lower number of units of a particular product, making biometrics far more affordable and attractive to businesses that haven t used them before.
"This opens up biometrics security to new markets - for example, a construction company wanting to improve security at a specific site or a factory owner modernising the time and attendance system. Previously, biometrics might not have been an affordable solution."
Simply Biometrics also offers bespoke training programmes to ensure that customers receive the required technical support to install and use the products responsibly.
The site also gives customers access to experienced technical consultants and support staff who can answer any questions you may have.
Parent company HRS is one of the world s leading biometric and identity management consulting, technology and systems integration companies, working with major businesses such as construction giant Carillion, WHSmith, Next and Manchester Airport.
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