July 16, 2015 -
Integrated Biometrics announced it completed its annual management systems audit continuing its International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 9001 certification.
The certification proves that Integrated Biometrics employs a number of quality management principles including strong customer focus, motivation and implication of top management, process approach and continual improvement.
The extensive annual audit included a review of Integrated Biometrics’ quality, product management, document control, purchasing, and training procedures.
“The ISO 9001 certification shows our customers and prospects that Integrated Biometrics not only has a sturdy management system in place but we also have the ability and resources to continue to improve processes for delivering the best products,” said Integrated Biometrics CEO Steve Thies. “We will remain at the forefront of the rapidly changing identity management and biometrics industries.”
In addition to the company’s quality system being certified under the international ISO 9001 standard, many of Integrated Biometrics’ products are compliant to or certified by national and other international standards, such as RoHS, IP65, CE, FCC, FBI Appendix F FAP series, PIV/FIPS 201 and IEC 6100-4-2.
Integrated Biometrics sensors generate accurate, high-resolution fingerprint scans in nearly any environment as a result of its patented light emitting sensor (LES) film that meets the FBI’s strict image performance requirements in a “thin” less than 1 mm thick form factor.
The company provides its enrollment and verification fingerprint sensors to solution providers serving government agencies and commercial markets around the world to address issues related to homeland security, border patrol, law enforcement, background checks, military and defense, social services, national ID programs and elections.
Previously reported, Integrated Biometrics, LLC announced that the Pakistan Education Department has deployed its Columbo fingerprint scanner to verify the identity of teachers in remote areas of Pakistan.