BIO-key International, Inc. has won a $500,000 contract from Shared Services BC (SSBC). BIO-key will provide its fingerprint biometric technology to SSBC, the division responsible for providing the B.C. government and the public sector with support services for Information Technology (IT) infrastructure.
The company is a premier provider of fingerprint biometric identification solutions and mobile identification technology.
The WEB-key finger identification solution from BIO-key will first be deployed for the B.C. Department of Corrections. Implementation of BIO-key's custom authentication scheme for CA (News - Alert) Technologies' "SiteMinder" will be carried out by Sierra Systems.
The implementation of the solution will support identification and offer secure access to information pertaining to inmates being processed through the criminal justice system of the B.C government.
"Our vision is to provide software solutions that offer best in class performance with unequaled interoperability,” said Mike DePasqual, CEO at BIO-key. “The launch of yet another partner project, our first with CA and Sierra, validates BIO-key as the leading fingerprint software developer for high end commercial and government deployments. The unique ability to integrate with every major security platform, including CA SiteMinder and most every fingerprint reader, positions BIO-key as a technology partner that future proves our customers' authentication and identification process."
Headquartered in Wall, New Jersey, BIO-key International, Inc. has focused on the development and delivery of next-generation identification solutions for customers across the commercial and government enterprise sectors, as well as for integrators and developers of custom applications.
The company delivers its solutions to customers from across the globe both directly and via its network of market leading partners.
BIO-key’s biometric finger identification technology has been designed as a cost-effective, high performance and easy-to-deploy offering, capable of supporting the identification and authentication of wireless and enterprise applications users.
Edited by Braden Becker