Entertech inks strategic partnership with Software House for Suprema biometric devices, readers

December 4, 2013 - 

Entertech Systems has announced a new strategic partnership with Software House to provide Suprema’s line of biometric devices and readers for integrated access control solutions.

According to the company, as a result of the partnership, the Suprema line of biometric devices, which includes fingerprint detection, card and PIN devices, as well as Entertech’s BioConnect applications, will be resold and supported through Software House. The particular devices include time and attendance readers, biometric access control readers and application solutions. The Suprema line includes BioStation T2, BioStation, BioEntry Plus, BioEntry W, BioLite and BioMini.

“This integration with the Suprema line of biometric devices and application solutions enables us to provide customers with a biometric system that seamlessly integrates with Software House’s C•CURE 9000 security and event management system,” Rick Focke, Senior Product Manager, Software House said.

Reported previously, Entertech recently announced that the company is now a Certified Partner member of AMAG’s Symmetry Extended Business Solutions Program.

“Our mission at Entertech Systems is to ensure all our customers can easily overcome the three main obstacles to mainstream adoption of biometric access control – high cost, complexity and difficult user onboarding. So we are excited about this new partnership between Entertech Systems and Software House as together, we will be able to extend this value to Software House customers,” Rob Douglas, Chief Executive Officer of Entertech Systems said. “This promise is backed by Suprema’s market leading biometric technology, which A&S Magazine has ranked among the 50 top security companies in the world through their Security 50.”

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