Redsis, Fulcrum Biometrics deploy biometric banking system in South America

October 22, 2013 - 

Redsis Corporation has announced a series of its biometric software to the banking industry in South America along with Fulcrum Biometrics.

Redsis, a U.S.-based company is a partner of Fulcrum Biometrics and supplies biometric software and fingerprint devices from Futronic Technology. Fulcrum is Futronic’s North and Central American Distributor.

Specifically, the solution deployed in South America uses Futronic FS88 fingerprint scanners, which are certified to meet FBI IAFIS standards for interoperability.

“Redsis is a great example of how our consultancy philosophy in sales led to a winning solution for all,” Ken Nosker, president of Fulcrum Biometrics said. “With the exceptional value that the Futronic products bring to each project and the expertise that Redsis brings to the local markets, we are able to service our customers as a team in such a way that helps all of us win business.”

In September, Fulcrum announced its creation of a customized biometric patient identification system at the New Tribes Mission Medical Clinic in Papua New Guinea.

Earlier this year, Fulcrum Biometrics made its FbF Palm Vein Developer Bundle available, packaged with the Fujitsu PalmSecure palm vein sensor.  

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