A major pharmacy benefit manager has chosen IdentiPHI SAFsolution 5 Enterprise Edition to boost biometric authentication and security access across its network. The SAFsolution, in conjunction with fingerprint readers from IdentiPHI’s partner, Zvetco Biometrics, will provide several benefits to the pharmacy benefit manager.
In addition to simplifying its password administration process, the solution will enable the pharmacy benefit manager to support the secure use of multi-personnel terminals and tighten network access to meet the healthcare industry’s stringent patient privacy regulations.
Zavi Cohen, CEO of Zvetco Biometrics said they are seeing increased demand in the market for customizable and cost-effective biometric solutions that meet today's standards for security and convenience. The open architecture of SAFsolution 5 simplifies its integration with Zvetco Biometrics’s hardware and is one of the key reasons why they’ve chosen IdentiPHI as a strategic partner for enterprise deployments.
IdentiPHI President John Atkinson noted that by combining the strengths of SAFsolution with products from strategic partners such as Zvetco, they can offer their clients scalable enterprise security solutions that are based on the most advanced biometrics-based technology in the industry.
He said that their security system is representative of the increasing market adoption they’re seeing in a broad range of industries as corporations rise to the challenge of protecting vital information, complying with increased regulation, and mitigating the real risk of security breaches.
As per the agreement, IdentiPHI SAFsolution will initially support 10,000 users in conjunction with Zvetco’s Verifi P4000 and P5000 Fingerprint Readers that are already installed on the pharmacy benefit manager’s network. IdentiPHI purpose-built SAFsolution 5 is designed on the award-winning SAFsolution platform providing an advanced and intuitive administration of enterprise-wide biometric security and authentication.
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