ievo completes luxury department store installation

October 18, 2013 - 

ievo has announced the installation of three separate ievo ultimate biometric readers in the cash office and vaults of a luxury department store in London.

According to the company, this installation also includes the company’s Feedback evolution software for access control.

Specifically, the first fingerprint system controls access using a dual security ‘air lock’ installation where the second biometric reader will not grant access until the first secured door is closed. The other installations within the vaults work under a similar premise.

“We have always been at the forefront of high profile installations and this is no exception,” Shaun Oakes, managing director of ievo said. “With our ultimate biometric product recently receiving a Center of Protection of National Infrastructure accreditation, securing high security vaults and cash offices, the user has peace of mind that their goods are protected to the highest possible standard.”

Reported previously, ievo recently underwent a rebranding exercise as a result of high demand from export markets.

Earlier in 2013, the company secured funding from the Finance for Business North East accelerator fund, and announced that it was on track to quadruple earnings by 2016.

“We have been working with this client for over 25 years and having already provided them with unparalleled security throughout the retail store, we decided upon the ievo ultimate fingerprint reader to help secure these highly sensitive areas because it is the best on the market for biometrics,” Mark Bird, managing director of Feedback Data said. “We are very selective of what products we supply and install and having chosen ievo as our preferred biometric, we knew that our well established clients would be more than satisfied with the solution we provided.”

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