Mayflex signs deal with Entertech to distribute Suprema biometric readers for access control

April 3, 2015 - 

Security solutions distributor Mayflex has signed a distribution deal with Entertech Systems for Mayflex to provide Suprema’s line of biometric readers for access control to the UK market.

Mayflex will also offer Entertech’s identity management platform BioConnect, which makes deployment and use of Suprema biometric readers simple, secure and scalable when integrated with access control systems.

Instead of having one badge record in the access control panel and another for biometric templates, BioConnect seamlessly syncs users between the two systems.

As a result, customers can easily find and manage users, badge records and devices from a single graphical user interface.

“We are pleased to be working with Mayflex to deliver Suprema biometric access control solutions and the BioConnect identity management platform in the UK,” said Rob Douglas, CEO of Entertech Systems. “This will enable our technologies to be seamlessly added to building structured cabling projects.

“Mayflex is a strategic new partner because they have very strong knowledge and experience in the distribution of Converged IP Solutions and bring together best in class infrastructure, networking and electronic security solutions to create a compatible, feature rich, value for money offering to meet the demanding needs of business types.”

The Entertech Systems BioConnect identity management platform and Suprema’s line of biometric readers, including the FaceStation, BioStation T2, BioLite Net, BioEntry W, BioEntry Plus, Xpass and Xpass Slim, are available now from Mayflex.

Previously reported, Entertech Systems deployed a biometric access control solution for Wood Partners’ new luxury high-rise in Seattle, according to a recently published Entertech case study.

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